Based off the popular TV show – The Amazing Race and offered in ALL cities throughout North America. Teams will explore interesting areas and neighborhoods in your city. Your people will have to strategically work together to complete a series of challenges while on the clock. Teams might encounter various roadblocks and obstacles that require problem solving and creativity to move on. Who is going to claim the championship title?
What is the Great Race?
How does it work?
The Four I’s – Introduction, Icebreaker challenges, Itinerary, setting, Intention setting – this will set your team up for success
Teams – You can choose your teams or we can do some interesting icebreakers that get people into teams (and working together new people)
Challenges – Your team will be given a series of clues and challenges that get them exploring the most interesting areas in your chosen city. Challenges can be themed for various neighborhoods (around the world theme) and will require an elegant degree of creativity and problem solving
Debrief – This is where we revisit the outcomes of the intention setting earlier that day. Did the team achieve what they wanted? Did they meet someone new? What challenges did you face? Did you communicate well? How can we improve? How can we carry these learnings forward?
Whatever the activity, the challenge or event – there will always be various learnings and realizations that come out of the experience. A shared experience is the best way to learn.
Key Outcomes & Benefits:
- Highly collaborative & team oriented
- Communication focused
- Blue Ocean thinking (outside the box problem solving)
- Time management & Planning
- High pressure project execution & Strategy
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