The Kidnap Team Building
What Is the Kidnap Team Building Experience?
The intense kidnap team building experience is a timed event that splits your workforce into smaller groups to try and solve a kidnapping. Your event presenter will introduce everyone to the rules in a big video conference call. From there, head into separate breakout rooms in groups to try and free your teammate who is chained to a desk. Find clues, unlock safes and crack riddles before the time runs out. The fastest group to solve this mystery will be declared the winners at the end of the away day.
- Save one of your teammates from a kidnapping!
- One player is chained to a virtual desk
- Crack clues, work through riddles and unlock safes
- Includes event host to brief & support throughout
- 2-hour event
- Run through Zoom (can use another software of your choice)
- Groups split into smaller breakout rooms
- Fastest group wins
- Timed event
What Does the Kidnap Event Presenter Do During the Activity?
You event host will take the pressure of the team organiser by running the whole event! They’ll log everyone onto Zoom or other video calling platforms and set the premise of the activity. They will also be available for support throughout the experience and present the award ceremony at the end.
What Do I Need to Take Part in the Kidnap Event?
This virtual activity requires everyone to have access to a device which has video software such as Zoom installed. You will also need a good internet connection in order for the event to run smoothly.
Who Can Take Part in the Kidnap Event?
With this being a virtual event, absolutely anyone can take part! Whether your colleagues are in the office, at home or on the other side of the world, all they have to do is join the call and have fun!
How is the Kidnap Event Good for Team Bonding?
The smaller break out rooms encourages your co-workers to communicate with one another outside of the office environment. The clues, riddles and challenges will require colleagues to use vital skills such logical thinking, communication, and strategic planning in order to be successful.
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