Race Around the World is an online team building activity that is designed specifically for remote workers.The activity is delivered by our award-winning Go Team app and can be played on any device in any location. Race Around the World has three levels, each with a variety of fun, exciting challenges.
Each team represents an explorer. Players communicate with their team over video conferencing collaborating to guide their team's explorer avatar across the globe. To complete all three game levels successfully with the maximum amount of points, teams must take notice of online bulletins and assess information gleaned from the game map. Timed stages and the added pressure of managing limited resources makes for a very engaging learning platform.
Race Around The World allows remote workers to develop soft skills in a way that applies to working from home. As the objectives unfold gradually throughout the game and situations change, teams must take an agile approach to their collaborative strategic thinking and planning. Race Around the World has an iterative learning framework where participants are encouraged to gather information, think critically and compare their solution with that of others in the team. Under the pressure of time, teams find that communicating online is quite different from face-to-face communication. Actively listening to receive and interpret messages, watching for facial cues and communicating precisely and succinctly are keys to team success.
Remote Team Activity
This activity has been designed for people who work remotely. Your team may be working from home, in different regional office locations or in different countries! Love the theme but want a face to face or hybrid solution? Get in touch to find out how we can customise this experience for your team.
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Great support from the agency, professional management of the event, funny and straight to the point introduction, "adventure mood" from the beginning, follow up during the event, and a very nice presentation at the end.