There are two missions to this challenge! First mission is to form a square using the rope provided and second is to coordinate with other teams to accomplish the bigger mission. Participants are blindfolded while they are working together.ENQUIRE & BOOK NOW DOWNLOAD ACTIVITY DETAILS
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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