Best Virtual Employee Engagement Activity - Gold of the Desert Kings™

Best Virtual Employee Engagement Activity – OVERVIEW

Gold of the Desert Kings™ addresses the issue of effort versus productivity. Participants are placed in circumstances with limited time and resources and must rely on their team to achieve their goals. The pressures and anxiety experienced in virtual group games are similar to those experienced daily in a hectic work schedule. Participants contend with deadlines, a perceived lack of resources, others’ points of view, and the pressure to just do something while trying to accomplish team objectives.


Best Virtual Group Games – THE EXPERIENCE

Teams rush to compete against each other in this challenging race across the desert. Their goal? Battle the elements to get to the mountains to mine for as much gold as possible and return home alive. Teams are forced to be as productive as possible with limited time and resources. Through these team-building activities for employees, participants will experience the benefits of teamwork, planning, setting goals, and taking necessary risks.


THE PRACTICAL DETAILS:

  • Groups of 20 to over 1000 participants
  • Groups of 20 to over 1000 participants
  • Teams of 2-5 participants
  • Half-day sessions
  • Suitable for cross-functional and intact teams at all levels
  • Ideal for use in both a conference and training setting

RESULTS

  • Increase productivity
  • Create vision
  • Improve the decision-making process
  • Manage change
  • Plan for success
  • Achieve exceptional team results

KEY LEARNING POINTS

  • Discover how productive-driven behavior begins with picturing the end in mind
  • Get the best from team building activities for employees
  • Learn the value of obtaining, evaluating, and applying information
  • Determine the power of effective planning and generate the conviction, to do it
  • Understand how to work smarter, not harder
  • Realize the impact of asking, “What’s Possible?”
  • Control the effect of environmental pressures
  • Distinguish between results and activity