This thrilling team building experience takes a twist on the reality television series, Survivor. Instead of voting your team members off the island, in Corporate Survivors your team will work together to keep them all ON the island.
Corporate Survivors involves a number of tricky challenges, where each task involves a different skill. The skills required for this event vary from task to task, allowing every member of the team to find their niche. Teams will compete in these mentally and physically stimulating challenges to get the highest scores.
What challenges could your team participate in?
- In the Zone
- Human Boggle
- Supplies in the Minefield
- Survivor trivia
- Eating bugs (just kidding!)
TeamBonding strives to provide a more tame experience than on the reality TV show, Survivor, while still offering an exciting and engaging team building experience.
This program is typically designed for groups ranging from 20-180+ participants and runs approximately 2.5-3 hours. Corporate Survivors can be conducted indoors or outdoors, but is preferably done in a large park, field or ballroom, depending on how large you want your island to be!
Who will the true “Survivors” be? The team with the highest score at the end of the FINAL ROUND.
Can you Out-Wit, Out-Play, and Out think Out-of-the-Box?
At TeamBonding, we are experts at mixing work & play to create team building events, both virtually and in-person globally, for businesses looking to positively impact their company culture, employee engagement and retention, on-the-job effectiveness and job satisfaction.
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