Sean from Watsons Singapore was tasked to organize a series of team building sessions for their staff. After doing some research, Sean was attracted to our unique activities and decided to engage us for their yearly event.
With participants ranging from the early 20s to the late 50s, we had to come up with a comprehensive schedule of activities that were fun yet enriching.
The main objective of the session was to bridge the gap between the management team and normal staff members. Thus, the sessions were focused on fostering friendship, improving teamwork and communication between these two diverse departments.
We proposed 2 different games to suit the different energy levels of the participants. As it was a full day event, there was catering and refreshments provided as well!
As the teams were playing in their respective pitches, Sean had concerns that the participants would not interact with each other. We proposed ending the event with a huge mass game to engage the participants from both pitches.
The mass game was specially crafted to improve team planning, communication, and teamwork!
It was a bright and sunny morning as the participants came streaming in The Cage @ Kallang. After a detailed briefing by our facilitator, the participants broke into teams and started the games at their respective pitches.
They were smiling ear to ear as they strategized in their teams and work together to accomplish the game missions. A quick debrief was conducted by our facilitators to discuss the game strategies before breaking for lunch.
After lunch, it was finally time for the mass game! After a detailed briefing, the game began and participants were all racing against time to meet the game objectives.
These objectives required a lot of teamwork and communication as every participant had a different role to play.
The event ended with a huge bang as the participants went home with fun memories and precious team building values. Sean was glad that the event was a success as participants were seen interacting and engaging with each other throughout the event.
A major contribution to the day was also the role of our facilitators who ensured that the activities and participants were well managed!