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'The foundation of solid team work is the art of communication. This activity is all about facilitating a process to understand and develop the teams current level of communication. In other words, it gets them talking!'
You are on a Dadu Airlines flight, DA 101, from London to Bidjou Bidjou, the capital of Bijouni. You are part of a group of specialists who are travelling to a conference on world conservation. Amongst the group are archeologists, meteorologists, geologists, oceanographers, etc.
During the flight the captain gets food poisoning, the co-pilot has a heart attack and the chief steward has broken his leg.
If that were not bad enough, the plane has also been struck by lightning and the only instruments that continue to function are the fuel gauge and the dial that gives the plane's heading (direction).
Even though none of you can fly, your group decides that the only chance of survival is to try to get the plane to Bidjou Bidjou.
Luckily, before she collapsed, the captain was able to scribble an outline map of your position, but you must decide on your route. You only have twenty minutes of fuel left and need to fly as straight a heading as possible.
As experts in different fields you each have information which you can share to assist this process.
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One of our most dramatic facilitated events and activities designed to get the pulses racing.
Will your team be able to gather enough information together to enable you to plan your route before the fuel runs out?
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We offer a wide range of facilitated teambuilding events that will help provide your team with effective feedback analysis and suggestions for enhanced team work so that your teams can work better together for longer.
Facilitation is a great way to gain accurate and beneficial information about your teams performance and skills including Strength Deployment Inventory and Belbin Team Roles as part of our team building theory programmes.