Are you ready to bite a shark to provide lunch for your tribe like Richard Hatch did in Survivor: Borneo?
The first season out of 26 seasons aired!
Not what you had in mind for your next corporate outing? Good – us neither.
Instead, our Corporate Survivors provides your team with the opportunity to build relationships and form bonds on a tamer, less dramatic level.
While the adventures of the Survivor TV series are thrilling to watch, we figured no one really wanted to eat a bull’s tongue during a team building event.
However, the games and challenges incorporated with Corporate Survivors are still mentally and physically stimulating.
Outdoor Team Building Activities That Work
The Corporate Survivors event is comprised of several different outdoor team building activities like “In the Zone,” “Human Boggle,” “Supplies in the Minefield,” and “Survivor Trivia.” Several obstacle courses are also integrated throughout the day.
“In the Zone” and “Supplies in the Minefield” will get your team to work together physically AND strategically. As you work your way to the goal of each activity, your minds will be put together and sweat may start to form under your brow.
The goal for each team is to rack up the highest number of points through event victories. The team with the highest points at the end of the event will be crowned “Survivors.”
Although the friendly competitive element of the events may cause small banter between teams, all is fun in Corporate Survivor.
A representative and past Corporate Survivors participant from MetLife certainly agrees:
“A good time was had by all. Larry and his team of facilitators did a great job. I thank everyone from TeamBonding for helping make our Metlife Team Appreciation Day a success.”
If your team is interested in participating in Corporate Survivors this summer, email us: hello[at]teambonding[dot]com
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