A Team That Plays Together, Works Together
Posted: Apr 28, 2016
After praying and eating together, the latest theory says that people who play together are more likely to work together as a team better than others. The theory behind this is that team activities allow the participants to develop team-building skills. They are able to bond over fun tasks, which create bonds that sustain. As outrageous as it may sound, this has given practical results, which have shown that after participation in such activities the efficiency and productivity of a team goes up. Involving them in corporate team building activities in Washington DC is a great way to allow your team to meet in an unofficial environment, get together and break the ice.
Imagine a scene where your team is racking its brain to solve a puzzle and are working together to come up with ideas as to how it can be done. They may fight, they may even quarrel but at the end they will come together to solve it before the other team. The competition will force them to forget their differences and work together. The escape room in Pittsburg has gained a lot of popularity for this reason. This, and other themed rooms, organized by The Great Escape Room are activities inspired by popular mobile and computer games. Participants will be locked in a room together for a time of 60 minutes during which they need to work together to solve the clues and escape from there. These games are a hybrid of puzzles and the traditional scavenger hunt. In order to escape from the room all the clues have to be solved. Room escape in Chicago is not just about team building but also about busting your brain and sharpening your analytical skills. You can get in touch with The Great Escape Room for portable and private events as well.
These games organized in the Panic Room in Pittsburg are very challenging. Only 20% of the teams are able to crack all the clues and manage to escape within the specified time. But takeaways from this that your team will definitely have are memories, bonds and team photo. Every participant’s efforts are appreciated and they are awarded certificates. For those concerned about safety, these events are deployed only after complete testing and trail. Companies such as The Great Escape Room offer onsite as well as offsite events for team building in Washington DC. They have rooms based on various themes such as Sherlock’s study, the infirmary, the game room and the president’s bunker amongst others. Each room has a background story attached with it that sets the tone for the task. Such events are also organized for kids aged between 9 and 12 years. All these rooms of The Great Escape have gained a lot of popularity amongst companies and now they offer these as private and portable events as well. So, if you are ready to bust your brains and compete against your co-workers then you are all set to be a part of this.
The Great Escape Room is a real-life room escape game based on the popular computer and mobile phone escape games. Escape from a locked room by finding clues and solving puzzles. It's a hybrid of a scavenger hunt and a puzzle game.