FAQs – Know more about team building activity
Can we weave our company messaging into your team building events?
Oh yes. Absolutely. This is what sets us apart from anyone else. As we’ve often customized, re-designed and created new activities for some of our customers, we fully understand the need. Every
Every solution is different – we’d love to talk about yours.
When should I use this team building activity?
Start your event with this activity, schedule it immediately after lunch or end the day with beat the box. It’s that versatile. Beat the box is not your average escape room team building activity. It takes out the claustrophobia and engages a far larger group. It starts as a competitive activity and moves into a collaborative high-energy team building session racing against time to stop the clock.
What do you need after confirmation?
Hardly anything. Block the time, bring the people, provide the tables, one AV set up (likely to be part of your conference already) and give us the stage. We get everything else and we also throw in the right energizers to ensure that your group has the level of enthusiasm needed to participate in this activity. Material movement, coordination with the resort or hotel, the support crew, clearance. All these are managed to a T by the d’frens team.
What Impact will this team building activity have on my group?
Beat the box is a learning activity just like every activity that we have on our pretty amazing list of team building games.
Through this activity, your teams will appreciate the need to think out of the box, work collaboratively (this is the strongest takeaway from this game) and manage time better. Your teams will also recognize individual contributions, start identifying skills in others and also take a new look at collective problem-solving.
For which group is this team building activity best suited?
Beat The Box is best suited for any group that needs to work more collaboratively. In today’s world, that includes all your teams. However, as there is a lot of code-breaking and mystery elements, we would recommend this activity for groups that start at Junior Management – possibly about 5 years of experience and above – going all the way to your top management and C-level groups.