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World of Giving

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome the participants to their fun service project, and do a few icebreaker activities. Then we give a quick overview of the virtual charity team building game and how to download and use the app.

The Chalenges (1-1 1/2 hours) Participants work within their teams to earn the highest score—and most donation points—by answering a series of trivia questions, solving team challenges, and deciphering brainteasers.
Sample challenges:

  • Trivia Questions
  • Music Identification
  • Holiday-Themed Team Photos
  • Value Videos
  • Mad Dash
  • Movie Scenes

Scoring (5 minutes) We announce team scores and the impact the group has made around the world. The winning team then chooses which project receives any remaining donation credits.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes)  This is a time for a thank-you to the group, a team picture if appropriate, and any announcements the group needs before breaking.

Worldwide Service Projects

Some of the projects supported are:

HEALTH

  • Give a Kenyan Child Blindness Preven on Treatment
  • Provide Clean Water to a Person in Malawi
  • Give a Pregnant Woman in Kenya Prenatal Vitamins
  • Provide a Mosquito Net to Prevent Malaria in Cambodia • Give Seeds to Help Feed a Child in Malawi
  • Feed an Ethiopian Nursery School Child for a day

EDUCATION

  • Give School Supplies to a Burmese Middle School
  • Provide a Child in India with E-Learning
  • Help a Kenyan Teen A end High School
  • Provide Sewing Training for Impoverished Women in India

SHELTER

  • Maintain a Sanitary Latrine For School Children in Tanzania
  • Shelter an Impoverished Family in India
  • Plant, Nourish, and Protect a Fruit Tree in India
  • Donate Bricks For School Infrastructure Projects in Cambodia
virtual-murder-mystery

Welcome & Warm-Ups (2 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants and lead some fun virtual warm-up activities to get everyone ready to go.

App Orientation (5 minutes) We provide everyone with instructions for downloading the app and how to play the game in their teams.

Someone Dies! (3 minutes) Our fun animated scene gives everyone an introduction to the characters, and then they witness the crime that needs to be solved.

Team Up! (1 minute) We split the group into teams of 5-6 people and send them to private breakout rooms.

The Mystery! (60-90 minutes) Teams earn points by solving the mystery, and completing tasks in the mobile app.

  • Mystery Sleuthing: Each team is given several clues to help them solve the mystery, but each team has different clues, so they will need to network effectively to piece it all together.
  • Photo Missions: These are fun shots that teams take of themselves to help them get to know each other and have some fun. All photos are put in a gallery for everyone after the event.
  • Video Challenge: Teams will produce a new jingle for the fictious company where the crime happens. Teams then vote for the best jingle during our jingle show down.

Solved (5 minutes) Your host dramatically reveals all of the evidence and clues, eliminating suspects until our true villain remains.

Scores (1 minute) We share the points earned by each team and announce our winning team.

Wrap-Up (2 minutes) A quick review of some of the best photos taken during the event to finish on a high note.

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Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the event and get everyone ready for a great team building scavenger hunt. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create an outdoorsy name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use the GPS map in the app and features within the park to unlock a series of challenges. Possible outdoor scavenger hunt activities include:

  • Route Hints: In the app, teams have a list of hints they can solve to find secret hotspots around the park where trivia and other challenges will pop up.
  • Photo Missions: These are fun shots teams take of themselves with various features in the area, like hanging out by the lake, admiring or imitating statues, appreciating wildlife, and other outdoor experiences.
  • Live Footage: These whacky video projects will get teams laughing as they try to film scenes such as Hanging with Bigfoot, The Croc Hunter, and Celebrity Encounter.
  • Questions: At several hotspots, the app will give teams timed trivia challenges about the surrounding area. Quick thinking and teamwork are key to getting high scores!
  • Encounters: Teams have the opportunity to do these bonus challenges whenever they find an Atlanta Challenge facilitator in the game zone.
  • Puzzles: We want the brainiacs on your team to have fun too, so we include themed brainteasers, trivia, and other mental challenges.

Scoring (5 minutes) The teams meet up to turn in their materials, then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up to your team scavenger hunt, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants and lead some fun warm-up activities to get everyone ready to go.

App Orientation (2 minutes) We provide everyone with a handout that has instructions for downloading the app and playing the game.

Networking! (30-60 minutes) Individuals and/or teams earn points by completing tasks in the mobile app. This encourages participants to interact with other attendees. Some of the challenges available are:

  • Photo & Video Missions: These are fun shots that teams or individuals take of themselves, and sometimes other teams, encouraging fun and networking.
  • Personal Trivia: The app gives everyone a list of unique things that they need to find out about other people in the group, and then type in their name when they find a match. A great rapport builder!
  • Session Quizzes: Questions can be set to appear after specific conference sessions to help participants remember key points. A fun and interactive way to improve retention!
  • Bespoke Questions: What do you want your attendees to think about? Teams can respond to bespoke questions in text or with video presentations during the event.
  • Virtual Reality: Participants can be instructed to scan certain signs, pictures, or materials to see images or videos that appear with additional information. A great way to introduce new products or services!
  • Attendee Feedback: Learn what is successful and not at your conference while it is fresh in attendees’ minds by collecting feedback with polls and questions.

Scoring (ongoing) A real-time scoreboard can be available throughout the event if desired, or turned off to keep everyone’s score a mystery until the end.

Wrap-Up (2 minutes) We announce high scores, distribute prizes when available, and wrap up with a large group photo.

Virtual Game Show

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome the participants and give a quick overview of the game show and how to download and use the app.

Team-Up (5-10 minutes) If the group is not already split into teams, we conduct a fun, light-activity game to randomly sort participants into teams and get them set up in their private zoom rooms.

The Game Show (1-11⁄2 hours) The group works within their teams to earn the highest score by answering a series of trivia questions, solving team challenges, and deciphering brainteasers.

Sample on-screen challenges:

  • Trivia Round: Teams are given 5 seconds per question to come up with their answers, and 30 seconds at the end of the 10-question series, giving them a chance to strategize how they will get the best answers.
  • Music Round: Teams try to name the artist and/or song title performed in the 5 second sample.
  • Photo Round: Teams correctly identify the item, person or place in the slideshow, but the pictures can be tricky, and they are not displayed for very long.
  • Movie Mania: Teams watch short clips from a series of iconic movies and try to correctly identify then.
  • Show Me: Like a scavenger hunt, but backwards. The game calls out an item and every team member scrambles to find that item and pose for a team picture before time runs out.

Scoring & Prizes (5 minutes) We announce team scores from bottom to top, recognize the winning team of the game show team building and announce prizes if made available by client.

Wrap-Up (2 minutes) A thank-you to the group, team picture if appropriate, and any announcements the group needs before breaking.

Virtual Escape Room

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5 minutes) Your host will welcome the participants to the program and get everyone ready for a great escape game. We then lead some fun warm-up activities and randomly create small teams.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and energetic staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and any other event components to ensure a smooth start.

Team Up! (5 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

The Escape (90 minutes) To successfully escape the alien planet, teams will need to crack the security code on the rocket. They will remove the four “safety shields” to unlock the launch button. To remove the safety shields, teams will have to solve different kinds of puzzles in each of the four game screens. Collaboration and division of tasks will be crucial to unlock the launch button and escape within the allotted time. Each Safety Shield has a specific theme.

  • Solve logic puzzles to release the 102 Safety Shield
  • Find where to put each piece of the puzzle to release the Puzzle Safety Shield
  • Show your navigation skills with coordinates to release the Navigation Safety Shield
  • Use Morse code and Braille to release the Blind Side Safety ShieldReference Materials: Some locks can only be accessed by scanning an item in a PDF packet. What can your team learn from the augmented reality that is revealed?Space PR: In addition to the escape, teams have a sup- ply of bonus brain teasers and photo challenges they can complete for extra points. They can use these points to buy hints, or as tie-breakers.

Highlight Reel (5 minutes) We display the best pictures taken by each group. Lot’s of laughs!

Scoring (2 minutes) Teams return to the main meeting room and then the final scores are revealed.

The Solution? (2 minutes) We don’t share the solution— we let people keep playing the game afterwards so they can try to complete all of the challenges.

Wrap-Up (2 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

Introduction (5 minutes) Our staff welcome participants and set expectations for the program.

Warm-ups & Energizers (5-10 minutes) We lead a few fun activities that break the ice and get the involved and ready to dive in.

Intro Challenge (15-30 minutes) A thought provoking activity that requires ideas and input from the en- tire group to solve. This gets the group engaged and thinking about what they want to get out of the work- shop.

Leadership Deep Dive (30-45 minutes) This is a quick-reference guide to understanding the core factors that determine how people operate, and how times of uncertainty affect people differently. Leaders will understand what the people on their team need individually, and as a group.

The Leader’s Mindset Exercise (30-45 minutes) People tend to get what they focus on, and in this enlightening activity participants identify what their key areas of focus have been, and how to utilize those traits to be more effective at leading their team during difficult times. Having a better mindset will allow your leaders to make better decisions and take better actions.

The Team’s Mindset Exercise (30-45 minutes) The goal in this section is to identify where the team’s mindset is currently, and where it needs to be. Leaders will move through a step-by-step process for how to direct their team’s focus, keep them on track, and support them during tough times.

The Teamwork Compass® (15-20 minutes) This is a short interactive conversation about the key ingredients of teamwork, how different team members have a stronger affinity for some of those ingredients, and how to bring them all together to be an unstoppable team.

Beyond the Challenge (20-30 minutes) In this section, leaders will explore how they can use turbulent times to bring out the best in themselves and their team. By understanding how we grow as individuals, leaders will be able to enlist the deepest aspirations in their team to bring them out of a challenge strong- er than ever.

Final Teamwork Challenge (20-30 minutes) This challenge continues to draw upon the team’s ability to bring together each person’s perspectives and combine them to create a successful outcome. The conversation afterwards reviews the whole brain thinking styles and how they helped the team find a solution.

Closing & Wrap-up Activity (5-15 minutes) The group shares what the event has meant to them, decisions they have made based on their experience, and how they can apply those lessons.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome the group and set expectations for the event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that get the group moving and ready to fully participate.

Ideal Leader Exercise (30 minutes) Participants review the leadership skills of great leaders and then create an “inventory” of essential leadership qualities. Next, they do a personal leadership inventory and look at how their leadership style may be affecting their team’s performance.

Thinking Styles Module (45 minutes) An interactive learning game where participants gain valuable insights into their own thinking and management styles, and how they impact the people they lead.

Teamwork Compass® (20-30 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff lead an interactive conversation about the key ingredients of teamwork, how different team members have a stronger affinity for some of those ingredients, and how to bring them all together to be an unstoppable team. Then participants develop their plan for meeting the 4 essential needs of a team, and how to implement the specific needs of their team.

Leadership Challenges (60-120 minutes) These hands on activities require brainstorming, collaboration, planning and creative problem solving. Activities are selected to help participants identify and utilize different leadership strategies, and how to use them to successfully guide their teams.

The final selection of activities is based on group size, room layout, specific goals, and amount of time available, but here are a few of the potential activities:

Closing Debrief & Wrap-up Activity (10-15 minutes) The group acknowledges accomplishments of the day and discusses how to incorporate the lessons into their work and life. We end with a fun closing activity and team picture.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the Botanical Garden and get everyone ready for a great team scavenger hunt. We then lead some fun warm-up activities and create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a natural name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and energetic staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Gardens Scavenger Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use the map and other features at in the gardens to unlock a wide assortment of challenges. Activities include:

  • Photo Shoot: Teams seek out the perfect place to take these team pics, posing with various exhibits, animals and other themed settings.
  • Natural Trivia: Release your inner biologist as you find answers to a wide variety of nature based trivia.
  • Facilitator Challenges: Find an Atlanta Challenge facilitator to earn bonus missions and big points.
  • Brainteasers: Teams test their mental acuity with this assortment of wildlife & nature puzzlers as they travel.
  • Tribe Trivia: Teams seek out interesting information about their team mates, other teams, and anyone else they can find that fits the description they’re seeking.
  • Landmarks: Teams have a page full of close-ups of vari- ous landmarks to locate in the hunt zone.
  • Nature News: Using their app and tablet, teams film amusing video shorts about a range of fun outdoor themed topics and wildlife encounters.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up to your outdoor scavenger hunt, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so you can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Social Networking App Game

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants and lead some fun virtual warm-up activities to get everyone ready to go.

App Orientation (2 minutes) We provide everyone with instructions for downloading the app and playing the game.

Networking! (30-60 minutes) Individuals and/or teams earn points by completing tasks in the mobile app with their “room mates.” The room assignments are shuffled frequently to keep the energy up and the interactions flowing. Some of the challenges available are:

  • Photo & Video Missions: These are fun shots that teams or individuals take of themselves with other participants, encouraging fun and networking.
  • Personal Trivia: The app gives everyone a list of unique things that they need to find out about other people in the group, and then type in their name when they find a match. A great rapport builder!
  • Quizzes: We have a storehouse full of great general trivia, or we can have questions about any topic you like

Scoring (ongoing) A real-time scoreboard can be available throughout the event if desired, or turned off to keep everyone’s score a mystery until the end.

Wrap-Up (2-5 minutes) We show high scores, announce prizes when available, display top photos, and wrap up with a large virtual group photo.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to their adventure and get everyone ready for a great event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create animal-themed team names and slogans to fire up their team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start to their indoor scavenger hunt.

The Museum Challenge (1-2 hours) Teams use interactive maps in the app and the exhibits themselves to unlock a mixture of challenges. Possible nature treasure hunt activities include:

  • Video Missions: Teams find the perfect locations to produce mini videos such as “how to survive a dino attack,” “care and treatment of your pet shark” and other site-inspired topics.
  • Animal encounters Find one of our facilitators as they roam around to get a team portrait with a famous wildlife celebrity.
  • All Natural Trivia: Teams use the app on their devices to scan exhibits to access trivia hotspots. When they do, the timer starts and they have to hurry to find the answers around them before time runs out.
  • Photo Missions: Teams attempt to be in the right place at the right time to get the perfect shot of their group.
  • Under The Sea: Teams watch brief clips from famous movies and try to identify the movie, actor, or song in the popular movie clip.
  • Bio-Logical: This hunt has something for everyone! The more intellectual participants will sink their teeth into this collection of animal kingdom brainteasers.
  • Swarm Challenges: At random times, we will release bonus challenges into the game. Teams will have to race to the new location and try to complete the challenge before the competition gobbles up all the points.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, and then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (15 minutes) We finish by sharing memorable moments from the event and taking a great group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more cele- brational wrap up, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide you with a website link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the museum and get everyone ready for a great experience. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

Hunt Tasks & Leadership Modules (1-2 hours) Teams use the app to explore the museum and unlock leadership challenges. Each challenge includes a module, questions about the content, and leadership games & activities to help participants internalize and practice what they just learned, along with a lot of fun bonus projects.

GAMES This assortment of fun challenges keeps the group energized and entertained so they stay on task.

  • Portrait Missions: Teams do their best to take selfies with exhibits that look like their teammates, reenact famous scenes, or pose with famous objects.
  • Locked Trivia: At specific locations, teams use the app to scan exhibits that will unlock trivia challenges about the displays within that area of the museum.
  • Curator Challenges: When a team finds a facilitator in the museum, they can accept more involved projects such as historical figure interviews, great day in history reenactments, alternate history headlines, and more.
  • Brainteasers: These mental challenges help teams stretch the cognitive muscles used by great leaders.

CONTENT MODULES We help you identify which of our learning module topics are best for your group.

  • Teamwork Compass® Our 4-quadrant model of what is needed for an effective team, and how everyone has strengths valuable to the team.
  • Leadership Styles Matrix This powerful insight gives developing leaders a clearer understanding of their how their styles impact the people they lead.
  • Team Motivation Learn effective strategies for motivating people and helping develop long term commitment.
  • Group Problem Solving This module gives leaders a system for helping their team find constructive solutions.
  • Team Coaching A simple but powerful coaching tool to help everyone on the team perform at their best.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, and then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

Post-Event Feedback: After the event, you will receive a report showing the group’s answers to the quiz questions, responses to open-ended questions, and their recorded interactive activities to help you evaluate leadership skills.

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STEP 1: Define leadership goals important to the leader and the organization.
One of the core tenets of our leadership coaching methodology is that leaders are more successful when they choose what to work on to improve. We facilitate the leader conducting a cost/benefit analysis that helps the leader evaluate if it is “worth it” to proceed. Once a goal is selected, the leader identifies stakeholders who are relevant because they both are a effected by the leader’s behavior and are clear beneficiaries of the leader’s performance. The leader’s manager approves the development goal and list of stakeholders be- fore the process proceeds.

STEP 2: Buy-in from stakeholders to be part of the process
Stakeholder perception of the leader’s e effectiveness determines success. Stakeholders are an integral part of the Marshall Goldsmith Leadership Coaching process and are recruited as valued members of the leadership change process. Each Stakeholder is asked, either by the coach or the leader, to actively participate in the leader’s improvement on an ongoing basis. Stakeholders are asked to provide insight to the leader through feedback, feedforward and anonymous mini- surveys on the leader’s improvement. At the be- ginning of the process, Stakeholders share initial input on the Action Plan by providing suggestions to the leader and coach. Stakeholder involvement is kept time-effcient.

STEP 3: Stakeholder based planning

To ensure a high-quality ac on plan targeted specifically to the leader’s company and situation, the ac on plan is not designed from the coach’s expertise, but from the initial suggestions solicited from the Stakeholders. The plan is also divided into daily ac on steps for the leader to keep in their awareness on an ongoing basis. Stakeholders receive a copy of the plan so they are aware of target areas for providing feedback and further suggestions to the leader.

STEP 4: Monthly collection of stakeholder input

Each month of the leadership coaching process, the Leader uses the 7-Step Involving Stakeholder “Do’s and Don’ts” to check in with each Stake- holder. During this brief 3 to 5 minute session, the Leader requests feedback on the prior 30 days and any improvement suggestions for the next 30 days. The Leader shares this input with the Coach, who helps the Leader dis ll this input into a plan for what to add, change, or modify for the coming month. New ac on items created for the Ac on Plan are communicated to all the Stakeholders.

STEP 5: Measure leadership change as perceived by stakeholders
Midway and at the end of the predetermined coaching process timeframe, Stakeholders are asked to complete a formal mini-survey to assess the progress made on the Leader’s chosen development goal. This anonymous survey validates the Leader’s improvement and measures the change in Stakeholder perception. Using the mini- survey results, the Leader completes an A er Ac- on Review delineating what happened, why, and what lessons can be applied in the future.

Pay For Performance Guarantee Leadership coaching is a high-rewards, high-investment endeavor. With so much at stake, it can be hard to trust a process you haven’t seen. We know the Marshall Goldsmith coaching process works, so we put our money where our mouth is. Our monthly coaching fees are subject to measurable leadership growth. If your leader(s) don’t improve, you don’t pay us. It’s that simple.

Hotel Pub Crawl

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the Hotel Pub Crawl and get everyone ready for a great event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and energetic staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Pub Crawl (1-2 hours) Teams use interactive maps in the app and features around the hotel to unlock a variety of challenges. Activities in this adult scavenger hunt include:

  • Logos, Labels & Landmarks: Teams receive a page full of pictures that are closeups of labels of various adult beverages. They receive points for those they find and correctly identify.
  • Bar Challenges: When teams reach a designated location they will perform a pub song, mix a unique drink, record a howto video, or one of many other fun challenges we have in store for them.
  • Sobriety Test: Teams work on this collection of various mental challenges for extra points as they travel from pub to pub.
  • Photo Missions: Teams take fun pictures of themselves, and sometimes other teams, doing hilarious things or in interesting locations to help stretch their creativity and their camaraderie.
  • Bartender Trivia: Teams answer trivia questions about various drinks, ingredients, and famous moments in beverage history.
  • Staff Challenges: Whenever a team finds one of our staff, they will have access to bonus missions for big points and lots of laughs.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, and then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up to your team scavenger hunt, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so t your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Team Makeover

Agenda & Activities

Welcome & Warm-Ups (10-15 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants and build excitement for the team development activity. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teammates get to know each other and develop team names and slogans.

Event Intro (5-10 minutes) Our on-site facilitator introduces the event, and goes over the rules and other essential details. Teams review their materials, delegate team member roles, and discuss their strategy for producing their transformation show.

Transformation Content Our app guides teams through a series of exercises and points-driven quizzes that help identify the potential pitfalls of a struggling team and the strengths of a great team:

  • Teamwork Compass®  The Teamwork Compass®is a 4-quadrant model of what is needed for an effective team, and how everyone has strengths in different areas.
  • Effective Communication  This module builds on the Teamwork Compass by exploring the essential elements of effective communication and active listening skills.
  • Code of Honor  The group creates a set of guidelines for how they will interact in order to ensure high levels of trust and prevent conflicts.
  • Group Problem Solving  This module gives teams a system to help them stay on track and find constructive solutions.
  • Transformation Show  Each team will pick the format and style for their transformation show, and will then create the various ingredients in the app.
  • Before: A short scene showing what the team was like before they knew better, and the consequences of that level of performance.
  • Intervention: In a fun and over-the-top way, teams show how their coach/mentor/guide/advisor wakes them up, points out the issues, and pushes them to peak performance.
  • After: The “big reveal” of the results of their team development—what the team looks and acts like now, why they are committed to this level of performance, and what the results are from operating at this level.
  • Photo Challenges: These are fun thematic pictures teams take for extra points along the way.
  • Bonus Challenges: Additional trivia and other extra point teamwork challenges pop up in the app. These can be custom built* for your organization to review important content, or to build awareness.

Scoring & Voting (10 minutes) Teams reconvene, finalize their own scoring, and vote for their favorite presentation.

Review(5-10 minutes) We discuss lessons learned during the program and ideas for implementing best practices into the workplace.

Wrap-Up (10-15 minutes) We end with a fun closing activity and a group picture.

Giving-Game-Show

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome the participants and give a quick overview of the charity game show team building activity.

Team-Up (5 minutes) If the group is not already split into teams, we conduct a fun, light-activity game to randomly sort participants into teams.

Introduction & Instructions (5 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff explain the rules for the game show and corporate social responsibility segment, and distribute materials.

Charity Selection (5 minutes) Each team selects the charity project that they are playing to support from a few options of different programs around the world.

Game Show (1-1 1/2 hours) Each table-team tries to earn all the points they can by answering trivia, completing teamwork challenges, and solving brainteasers. The activities include many chances for team bonding.

Sample challenges:

  • Trivia Round: Teams are given 5 seconds per question to come up with their answers, and 30 seconds at the end of the 10-question series, giving them a chance to strategize how they will get the best answers.
  • Music Round: Teams try to name the artist and/or song title performed in the 5 second sample. No phones!
  • How Many?: Teams guess the correct amount of items in a picture, earning points based on how close their answers are.
  • Scramble: Teams race against the clock to create as many word combinations as they can.
  • Show Me: Like a scavenger hunt, but backwards. The MC calls out an item and each team scrambles to find that item within their team.
  • Sugar Rush: Teams answer questions about popular candy brands, but rather than earn points, they are immediately showered with candy .

Scoring: Each team submits their score sheet and our team calculates the charity credits they have earned for their project. We announce the donations made by the teams, as well as the top scoring teams in the Game Show.

Breaking News

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5 minutes) Our facilitator welcomes the participants and leads some fun online warmup activities that also randomly create teams.

Team Up! (5 minutes) Teammates get to know each other and develop a network name and slogan.

Event Intro (5 minutes) Our facilitator introduces the event and reviews the rules and other essential details. Teams review their materials, delegate team member roles, and discuss their strategy for accomplishing all parts of their news story.

News Challenges (45-90 minutes) Our amazing app guides each team through a series of news objectives designed to help prepare their story for airing. Tasks include:

  • Station Identification: Each team designs a creative name and logo for their fictitious news network.
  • Topic Selection: Each team selects a category for their story, such as business, home, health, sports, etc, but NOT politics!
  • Research: Using the general public and other participants as their sources, each team will conduct interviews about how people feel about the story they have uncovered.
  • Support Material: Teams will take a range of photos that help demonstrate their story, and create additional props that support the angle of their story.
  • Video Advertisements: Using their iPads, teams film short infomercials about their network and an ad from a “sponsor.”
  • News Trivia: As teams complete the core missions, they will also complete fun news quizzes where they will try to correctly identify which news stories are real and which ones are fake.

Publishing (10-15 minutes) Teams finalize their stories and upload them.

Viewing (5-15 minutes) Each news story (60-90 seconds) is viewed and scored by the entire group.

Awards (5 minutes) The top scoring team wins the title of Spin-Master. Other recognitions such as “Most Creative” “Most Outrageous” and other categories can be acknowledged as well.

Wrap-Up (2 minutes) We end the team building activity with a fun closing challenge and a group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you would like a visual wrap-up to your team building activity, or just to run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

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HBDI Assessments—Before the program, each participant must take their HBDI assessment online.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (10-15 minutes) An Atlanta Challenge facilitator welcomes the group and sets expectations for the personal profiles workshop, then leads some fun activities that break the ice and help get everyone invested in the program.

Intro Teamwork Challenge (20-30 minutes) We jump right in with a thought provoking activity that requires ideas and input from everyone to solve. This gets the group engaged and thinking about what they want to learn, and talking about their individual strengths and how to combine them.

Personal Profiles Review (60 minutes) We take an in-depth look at the factors that determine the results of each person’s assessment, and what the various indicators mean, and how to put them to work for greater results.

Application Exercises (60 minutes) The group will work through a few exercises on how to apply the whole-brain system to problem solving, brain storming, creativity and other topics relevant to your team.

The Teamwork Compass® (15-20 minutes) We lead a short interactive conversation about the key ingredients of teamwork, how different team members have a stronger affinity for some of those ingredients, and how to bring them all together to be an unstoppable team.

Pressure Cooker (30 minutes) Small teams come up with a list of specific experiences in the work- place that are causing them stress. The team then brainstorms a variety of solutions to these challenges using the whole-brain format to ensure a wide variety of options to implement.

Final Teamwork Challenge (10-20 minutes) This challenge continues to draw upon the team’s ability to bring together each person’s perspectives and combine them for success. The conversation after- wards reviews the whole brain thinking styles and how they helped the team find a solution. The specific activity selection is based on group size, time available, room layout, and your goals.

Wrap-up (5 minutes) The team shares observations and what they want to focus on going forward.

 

For more details about the Whole Brain (HBDI) personal profiles, click here.

Leadership development workshop using personal profiles to explore strengths and communication skills

HBDI Assessments—Before the program, each participant must take their HBDI assessment online.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (10-15 minutes) An Atlanta Challenge facilitator welcomes the group, sets expectations for the leadership training workshop day, then leads some fun activities to break the ice and get everyone invested.

Introductory Challenge (10-20 minutes) We jump right into the program with a thought provoking activity that requires ideas and input from the entire group to solve. This gets the group engaged and thinking about what they want to get out of the pro- gram, and gets them talking about their individual strengths and how to combine them.

Personal Profiles Review (60 minutes) We take an in-depth look at the factors that determine the results of each person’s assessment, what the various indicators mean, and how to put them to work for greater results as a leader.

Application Exercises (60 minutes) The group will work through a few exercises on how to apply the whole-brain system to problem solving, brain storming, creativity and other topics relevant to your group. This gives leaders insight into how to use the thinking styles with their teams.

Pressure Cooker (30 minutes) Small groups come up with a list of specific experiences in the workplace that are causing them stress. Then they brainstorm a variety of solutions to these challenges using the whole-brain format to ensure a wide variety of options to implement.

Final Teamwork Challenge (20-30 minutes) This challenge continues to draw upon the team’s ability to bring together each person’s perspectives and combine them for success. The conversation after- wards reviews the whole brain thinking styles and how they helped the team find a solution. The specific activity selection is based on group size, time available, room layout, and your goals.

The Teamwork Compass® (15-20 minutes) We lead a short interactive conversation about the key ingredients of teamwork, how different team members have a stronger affinity for some of those ingredients, and how to leaders can bring them all together to create an unstoppable team.

Wrap-up (5 minutes) We end the leadership training workshop by asking the group to share observations and what they want to focus on going forward.

fun catapult team building for breaking down silos

Welcome & Warm-Ups (10-15 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome the group and set expectations for the program’s teamwork activities. We then lead some fun warm-up games that get the group moving and ready to fully participate.

Intro Teamwork Challenge (10-20 minutes) We jump right into the program with a thought provoking team activity that requires ideas and input from the entire group to solve. This gets the group engaged and thinking about what they want to get out of the program, and gets them talking about their individual strengths and how to combine them during the catapult team building.

Construction Challenge (60 minutes) Teams are given the scenario of meeting a tall order by an important client. Using the materials provided to them, teams design and build a product delivery system (catapult) to meet the customer’s needs, aiming for maximum product delivery. They also have tight performance measures to meet and a strict budget to operate within. Attention to detail, strategy and brainstorming are the keys to team success.

Testing Grounds (10 minutes) Teams line up, present their creations, and then demonstrate their performance for all to see. Teams earn points based on how well their team’s project does, provided it meets all of the customer demands, but many teams will miss the part that says ALL the teams must meet the minimum requirements or no one wins. This leads to an eye-opening conversation about how internal dynamics can cause loss of business and the need for breaking down silos.

Final Teamwork Challenge (10-20 minutes) This challenge continues to draw upon the team’s ability to bring together each person’s perspectives and combine them to create a successful outcome. The specific activity selection is based on group size, time available, room layout, and the goals of the program.

Team Review & Wrap-up Activity (15 minutes) The team shares their observations about how they performed, and how to apply those lessons to specific situations faced on the job. We end with a fun, but thought provoking activity and a team picture with their trophies and catapults.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the safari and get everyone ready for a great team scavenger hunt. We then lead some fun warm- up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a wild name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and energetic staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and any other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Safari Scavenger Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use the map within the app and features at the zoo to unlock challenges in their scavenger hunt. Activities include:

  • Photo Safari: Teams seek out the perfect place to take these team pics, posing with various exhibits, animals and other themed settings.
  • Animal Trivia: Release your inner zoologist as you find answers to a wide variety of animal based trivia.
  • Facilitator Challenges: Find an Atlanta Challenge facilitator to earn bonus missions and big points.
  • Brainteasers: Teams test their mental acuity with this assortment of wildlife puzzlers as they travel.
  • Tribe Trivia: Teams seek out interesting information about their team mates, other teams, and anyone else they can find that fits the description they’re seeking.
  • Landmarks: Teams identify close-ups of a variety of landmarks inside the zoo.
  • Nature News: Using their app and tablet, teams film amusing video shorts about a range of fun outdoor themed topics and wildlife encounters.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more cele- brational wrap up to your outdoor scavenger hunt, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so you can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Public Park Romp

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the park and get everyone ready for a great team building scavenger hunt. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create an outdoorsy name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use the GPS map in the app and features within the park to unlock a series of challenges. Possible outdoor scavenger hunt activities include:

  • Route Hints: In their iPads, teams have a list of hints they can solve to find secret hotspots around the park where trivia and other challenges will pop up.
  • Photo Missions: These are fun shots teams take of themselves with various features in the park, like hanging out by the lake, admiring or imitating statues, appreciating wildlife, and other outdoor experiences.
  • Live Footage: These whacky video projects will get the outdoorsman (or woman) laughing as they try to film scenes such as Hanging with Bigfoot, The Croc Hunter, and Alien Encounter.
  • Questions: At several hotspots around the park, the app will give teams timed trivia challenges about the surrounding area. Quick thinking and teamwork are key to getting high scores!
  • Wildlife Encounters: Teams have the opportunity to do these bonus challenges whenever they find an Atlanta Challenge facilitator in the park.
  • Puzzles: We want the brainiacs on your team to have fun too, so we include natural themed brainteasers, park trivia, Atlanta trivia and other mental challenges.

Scoring (5 minutes) The teams meet up to turn in their materials, then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up to your team scavenger hunt, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Outdoor Mall Hunt

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the mall and get everyone ready for a great event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and energetic staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and any other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use interactive maps in the app and physical features within the mall to unlock a multitude of mall scavenger hunt activities. Challenges include:

  • Celebrity Encounters: Whenever teams find an Atlanta Challenge facilitator in the hunt area, they will take a group photo with a surprise celebrity!
  • Brand Awareness: Teams try to find and identify various logos of popular brands around the area. They’ll need to keep a sharp eye out.
  • Photo Fun: An essential part of any mall scavenger hunt, teams find the perfect location and strike their best pose in these fun photo challenges. Mannequin copy cats, window shopping, fashion faux-pas, optical illusions and more are everywhere to be found.
  • Brainteasers: Teams work on this collection of various mental challenges for extra points as they travel, which ensures that everyone has something to do that requires their unique strengths.
  • Mall-rat Trivia: Teams answer trivia questions about different brands, stores and other interesting hotspots within the hunt zone.
  • Viral Video: Creativity abounds in these projects. Teams complete the cat walk challenge, fashion critiques, and movie reenactments to name just a few.
  • Rendezvous Challenges: Our facilitators are tucked away in hidden corners of the mall, waiting to give teams some fashion-themed challenges.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams reconvene at the starting area, and scores for the team building scavenger hunt are announced and celebrated.

Wrap-Up (10 minutes) We end with a fun closing activity and a great group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide you with a website link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

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Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the neighborhood and get everyone ready for a great scavenger hunt. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and energetic staff give the group a quick orientation to the event and hand out team supplies..

The Hunt (1-2 hours) Using good old-fashioned pen and paper, teams head into town to accomplish a variety of challenges on their team building treasure hunt, including:

  • Photo Missions: These are fun pictures that teams take of themselves, and sometimes other teams, doing specific things or in certain locations to help stretch their creativity and their camaraderie.
  • Bygone Brainteasers: Teams work on this collection of mental challenges with an olden time flair.
  • Town Trivia: Teams search throughout the area to find answers to trivia questions about the local area and Georgia history.
  • Historical Landmarks: Teams receive a page full of pictures that are close-ups of various landmarks in the hunt zone. They receive points for the ones they find and correctly identify.
  • Vintage Vignettes: Whenever a team finds an Atlanta Challenge facilitator, they have the opportunity to do a fun bonus video mission.
  • Rendezvous Challenges: These fast paced challenges take place at a secret location that the teams must find.

Scoring (10 minutes) Teams reconvene at the starting area, turn in their scavenger hunt materials and finalize scores.

Wrap-Up (10 minutes) We end with a fun closing activity and a great group picture.

Our most popular locations for your team to explore.

Alpharetta

An amazing mix of new and old. Beautiful historic buildings, and new urban design make this an amazing area full of life, art, food, and green spaces.

Decatur Square

With all its unique shops, public spaces and historic landmarks, Decatur Courthouse Square is a great place to spend some time with your team taking in the sights.

Alpharetta

Explore the historic area around downtown Marietta with it’s Southern charm, railroad history, beautiful town square and fountain surrounded by ancient trees.

Old Norcross

A great combination of small local stores and eateries, along with large open public parks, art work and historic monuments make this a wonderful area to explore.

Historic Roswell

Quaint restaurants, antique shops, historic residences, and hidden green spaces make this area a treasure in itself. Your team will love exploring this gem.

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to their adventure and get everyone ready for a great event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create animal-themed team names and slogans to fire up their team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start to their indoor scavenger hunt.

The Museum Challenge (1-2 hours) Teams use interactive maps in the app and the exhibits themselves to unlock a mixture of challenges. Possible nature treasure hunt activities include:

  • Video Missions: Teams find the perfect locations to produce mini videos such as “how to survive a dino attack,” “care and treatment of your pet shark” and other site-inspired topics.
  • Animal encounters Find one of our facilitators as they roam around to get a team portrait with a famous wildlife celebrity.
  • All Natural Trivia: Teams use the app on their devices to scan exhibits to access trivia hotspots. When they do, the timer starts and they have to hurry to find the answers around them before time runs out.
  • Photo Missions: Teams attempt to be in the right place at the right time to get the perfect shot of their group.
  • Under The Sea: Teams watch brief clips from famous movies and try to identify the movie, actor, or song in the popular movie clip.
  • Bio-Logical: This hunt has something for everyone! The more intellectual participants will sink their teeth into this collection of animal kingdom brainteasers.
  • Swarm Challenges: At random times, we will release bonus challenges into the game. Teams will have to race to the new location and try to complete the challenge before the competition gobbles up all the points.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, and then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (15 minutes) We finish by sharing memorable moments from the event and taking a great group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide you with a website link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Team playing leadership games at Carter Presidential Library on scavenger hunt

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the museum and get everyone ready for a great experience. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

Hunt Tasks & Leadership Modules (1-2 hours) Teams use the app to explore the museum and unlock leadership challenges. Each challenge includes a module, questions about the content, and leadership games & activities to help participants internalize and practice what they just learned, along with a lot of fun bonus projects.

  • GAMES This assortment of fun challenges keeps the group energized and entertained so they stay on task.
  • Portrait Missions: Teams do their best to take selfies with exhibits that look like their teammates, reenact famous scenes, or pose with famous objects.
  • Locked Trivia: At specific locations, teams use the app to scan exhibits that will unlock trivia challenges about the displays within that area of the museum.
  • Curator Challenges: When a team finds a facilitator in the museum, they can accept more involved projects such as historical figure interviews, great day in history reenactments, alternate history headlines, and more.
  • Brainteasers: These mental challenges help teams stretch the cognitive muscles used by great leaders.

CONTENT MODULES We help you identify which of our learning module topics are best for your group.

Teamwork Compass® Our 4-quadrant model of what is needed for an effective team, and how everyone has strengths valuable to the team.

Leadership Styles Matrix This powerful insight gives de- veloping leaders a clearer understanding of their how their styles impact the people they lead.

Team Motivation Learn effective strategies for motivating people and helping develop long term commitment.

Group Problem Solving This module gives leaders a system for helping their team find constructive solutions.

Team Coaching A simple but powerful coaching tool to help everyone on the team perform at their best.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, and then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

Post-Event Feedback: After the event, you will receive a report showing the group’s answers to the quiz questions, responses to open-ended questions, and their recorded interactive activities to help you evaluate leadership skills.

World of Giving

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to their fun service project, and get every- one ready for a great event. We then lead some fun warm- up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Charity Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use the app to un- lock and complete tasks to earn “impacts” to donate tangi- ble benefits to specific causes around the world. Some of the charity-themed scavenger hunt games include:

  • Helping Hotspots: Each hotspot within the hunt zone is dedicated to a specific charity project. Team complete tasks at hotspots to earn maximum benefit for their favorite projects.
  • Giving Games: To get participants in the giving mood, some activities challenge them to give back in the moment, such as performing Random Acts of Kindness, thanking a service worker, or making a (free) donation.
  • Site Snaps: Teams take fun pictures of themselves, and sometimes other teams, in these entertaining shots that encourage camaraderie and teamwork.
  • Value Videos: To practice CSR values, teams shoot short PSAs encouraging others, sharing stories of everyday heroes, and more.
  • Staff Challenges: Whenever a team finds one of our staff, they can take on bonus missions for big points. These short team building activities require good team- work to be successful.
  • Fact Finders: Teams answer trivia questions about the local Atlanta area, Georgia, or topics related to the charity project they are benefitting.
  • Travel Trivia: Teams solve brain teasers & get to know their team mates better in these on-the-go challenges.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, and then the final scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We announce the various ‘impacts’ created by group around the world. The winning team then chooses which project receives any remaining donation credits. We end with a fun closing activity and a great group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up to your charity scavenger hunt, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide you with a web- site link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Simultaneous Multiple Locations

This event can run in multiple locations at the same time, even in different cities or countries.

Worldwide Service Projects

Some of the projects supported are:

HEALTH

  • Give a Kenyan Child Blindness Preven on Treatment
  • Provide Clean Water to a Person in Malawi
  • Give a Pregnant Woman in Kenya Prenatal Vitamins
  • Provide a Mosquito Net to Prevent Malaria in Cambodia • Give Seeds to Help Feed a Child in Malawi
  • Feed an Ethiopian Nursery School Child for a day

EDUCATION

  • Give School Supplies to a Burmese Middle School
  • Provide a Child in India with E-Learning
  • Help a Kenyan Teen A end High School
  • Provide Sewing Training for Impoverished Women in India

SHELTER

  • Maintain a Sanitary Latrine For School Children in Tanzania
  • Shelter an Impoverished Family in India
  • Plant, Nourish, and Protect a Fruit Tree in India
  • Donate Bricks For School Infrastructure Projects in Cambodia
Shark Pitch

Welcome & Warm-Ups (10-15 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants and build excitement for the event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teammates get to know each other, and develop team names and slogans.

Event Intro (5-10 minutes) Our on-site facilitator introduces the event, and goes over the rules and other essential details. Teams review their materials, delegate team member roles, and discuss their strategy for accomplishing all parts of product create and the corporate scavenger hunt.

The Pitch Challenges (1.5-2 hours) Our app guides each team through a series of business objectives designed to help prepare their product pitch for the boardroom. Possible challenges include:

  • Logo Design: Each team designs a creative and meaningful logo for their product.
  • Market Research: Using the general public or our ac- tors (included in large group programs), each team must survey potential customers for market viability.
  • Product Prototype: Using available materials, each team creates a prototype of their product to use in their marketing.
  • Video Advertisements: Using their iPads, teams film short infomercials about their new product.
  • Invest Points: Teams have the opportunity to “invest” points in other teams for influence or collaboration.
  • Bonus Business Challenges: As teams complete missions and earn points, additional missions are revealed in the app. Teams use these bonus points for “investing” and other purposes.

Scoring & Voting (10 minutes) Teams reconvene at the starting area to finalize their scoring and vote for their favorite team.

Final Pitch (5-15 minutes) The most popular team has the opportunity to present their pitch live to the entire group.

Review (5-10 minutes) We briefly discuss lessons learned during the program and ideas for implementing best practices into the workplace.

Wrap-Up (10-15 minutes) We end with a fun closing activity and a group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you would like a visual wrap-up to your corporate scavenger hunt, or just to run pictures during dinner, we can provide a website link so your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Simultaneous Multiple Locations

This event can run in multiple locations at the same time, even in different cities or countries.

Museum Hunt

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the museum and get everyone ready for a great indoor treasure hunt event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create an art-themed name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and professional staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and the other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Museum Challenge (1-2 hours) Teams use the game’s interactive maps and task lists to explore the museum and earn as many points as they can. Possible museum scavenger hunt activities include:

  • Portrait Missions: Teams do their best to take selfies with exhibits that look like their teammates, reenact famous art scenes, or pose with famous objects.
  • Locked Trivia: At specific locations, teams use the app to scan exhibits that will unlock trivia challenges about the displays within that area of the museum.
  • Pop-Up Pursuits: Several interactive hotspots are set around the museum and are released unexpectedly, keeping teams on their toes, and racing to finish these bonus tasks.
  • Video Professor: Teams create how-to videos on various artistic styles, including caricature drawing, landscapes (full of happy little trees), and how to pose for an iconic portrait.
  • You Think You Know Me?: While getting to know the museum, the group also gets to know each other through these questions about various interests within the group.
  • Curator Challenges: When a team finds a facilitator in the museum, they can accept more involved projects like sketching a team portrait, or perhaps creating some interpretive modern art.
  • Brainteasers: Teams work on this collection of visual and creative puzzles as they travel, ensuring that every- one has something that they are good at.

Scoring (5 minutes) Teams turn in their materials and the final museum scavenger hunt scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up, or just run pictures during dinner, we can provide you with a website link so that your team can immediately view photos and videos from your event.

Hotel Hunt

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5-10 minutes) Our staff welcome the participants to the venue and get everyone ready for a great team scavenger hunt. We then lead some fun warm- up activities that also randomly create small teams.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) Teams take a few moments to create a name and slogan for their team, and build some team spirit and unity.

Event intro (5 minutes) Our fun and energetic staff give the group a quick tutorial on the app and any other event components to ensure a smooth start.

The Venue Hunt (1-2 hours) Teams use interactive maps in the app and items within the hotel or conference center to unlock a variety of challenges. Venue & hotel scavenger hunt activities include:

  • Genius Games: Teams work on this collection of various mental challenges for extra points as they travel around the venue.
  • Site Snaps: Teams take fun pictures of themselves, and sometimes other teams, in these business travel themed shots that help the team really explore the site.
  • Hotel Hotspots: Teams receive a page full of pictures that are close-ups of various landmarks in the hunt zone. They receive points for those they find and correctly identify.
  • Fact Finders: Teams answer trivia questions about the venue, Georgia, and other fun facts that a well-traveled team should know.
  • Tourist Trivia: Teams answer trivia questions about their team mates to help them get to know more about each other .
  • Staff Challenges: Whenever a team finds one of our staff, they take on bonus missions for big points. Possible challenges include puzzles & brainteasers, videos, and other games that need a team to be completed.
  • Pop-Ups: During the hunt, our Game Master will send out surprise games such as a flash mob challenge, team vs. team dance-off, or even a company trivia race.

Scoring (10 minutes) Teams turn in their materials, and then the final hotel scavenger hunt scores are dramatically revealed.

Wrap-Up (5 minutes) We end with a few final thoughts and an awesome group picture.

After Party Slideshow If you want to have a more celebrational wrap up, or run pictures during dinner or other conference activities, we can provide a website link so your team can immediately view event photos and videos.

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