Challenge: Teams find it difficult to communicate and visualize the activity zone, because they are blind folded. They have to be quick in understanding and executing the instructions by eliminating communication barriers.
Results: This exercise promotes situational leadership, big picture thinking and breaks SILO among team members.
Debrief: Situational Leadership, Big Picture thinking and Communication.
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Big Picture Thinking
Blind fold square is a real challenge divided into two missions. In the primary mission, participants must use a rope to form a square. In the second and most crucial mission, all the participants go blindfolded and work together to execute the mission. Situational Leadership, Big Picture thinking and Communication are the objectives of the activity.
Winning a challenge by being blindfolded sounds like a real one and needs a lot of courage with situational leadership that can lead the teams to the finish point.
Big picture thinking is the trait needed to win blind fold square as the challenge needs quick thinking and high speed execution. One has to come up with, out of the box ideas as visualizing the challenge area is not a mean task.
Appropriate and timely communication by moving away from SILO thinking can help the participants win the Blind Fold Square challenge as this too is time bound and needs extraordinary speed and leadership to emerge victorious.