corporate team building

Corporate and Group Team Building

“You will get eaten if you don’t work together as a team….it is that simple” – Dr. Oxy

The majority of team building activities typically fall into one of two categories:

1. The all day boring retreat with simple role playing exercises centered around trust and improving communication. Or;

2. The occasional happy hour or office potluck social which may be fun but certainly provides little to no real collaboration and camaraderie.

Enter Room Escape Atlanta. There is a reason why zombie and post-apocalyptic movies and TV shows continue to be made and remade. These genres ignite our most basic human need: Survival. Room Escape Atlanta provides the perfect set of circumstances to bring out participants’ inner strengths as they work under pressure to find the key while escaping a hungry zombie before 60 minutes hits. They must work cohesively as a team, communicate efficiently, and think outside the box if they are to solve the myriad of clues, find the key, and escape the room. It’s a race against the clock as every 5 minutes the zombie’s chain is lengthened. With only a 31% survival rate, this exercise is as challenging as it is fun.

In this high pressure apocalyptic zombie survival scenario we use the power of play, combined with clearly defined goals, as a form of inter and intra personal learning. When outside of their comfort zone and faced with a challenge you will be able to quickly identify the various inner strengths individuals within your organization call upon as they find new ways of working together.


Our staff will be observing and analyzing each participant’s actions during the challenge. Their behavior, decisions, communication style, problem solving abilities, and how the handle pressure will be used to identify the category they fall into. After each session, your team will partake in the Curtain Call, where our staff will go over our analysis providing valuable insights into each participant’s’ dominant set of strengths. This session review provides an opportunity for coworkers to learn and understand each other’s strengths and how their talents complement those of others on the team. When employees know and use their strengths in the workplace, they are more engaged, perform better, and report greater job satisfaction.

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