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Corporate Survivor

Out Wit. Out Play. Out Think-out-of-the-box.

Program Overview

corporate survivorIn true survivor fashion, you will see your team working, laughing and learning together. On arrival, your group will be divided into teams. Throughout Corporate Survivor, your tribes are tested and challenged with a series of physical and problem-solving challenges. Based on survival skills (with a twist!) each challenge becomes more and more mentally demanding as they progress through the event. Other tribes will naturally form alliances and sabotage the leading tribes’ performance.

The Corporate Survivor program is inclusive rather than exclusive. Your teammates don’t turn on one another and vote each other off. Instead, teams work to save their teammates and keep them on the island. Each challenge requires a different skill. Everyone gets an opportunity to shine. Tasks ranging from the silly to the intense. Each team works to match their skills against those of the other groups.

The teams need to work as a well-oiled machine with everyone doing their part to reach each teams’ goals! Corporate Survivor is scored according to what place your team takes in each set of challenges. The team with the highest score at the end of the final round is the true “Survivors” and also the winners.

Specifications

Group Size

20 – 180+

Time Needed

2.5 - 3 hours

Space Requirement

This program can be conducted indoors or out, in an area that accommodates the size of your group. Large fields, parks, parking lots or large cleared ballrooms are ideal.

Ideal For
  • Annual meetings
  • Company outings
  • Project kickoffs
Tailoring

Every program we offer can be tailored – in fact, we like it that way. Tailoring is one of the big reasons for our ongoing success.

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