About this team building
The term “chain reaction” is not about a scientific experiment, but a social one: Can we manage to work together as a large team so precisely that, in the end, a tiny impulse is enough to set a whole chain of events in motion and carry along every single chain link?
The team event “chain reaction” is a registered trademark. Here everyone inevitably uses his or her strengths, be it in tinkering or coordinating: With funnels, hoses, balls, kitchen utensils, even robots, the colleagues build a chain reaction together. The special feature of the XXL variant is that several departments or even entire companies can participate. The group is divided into smaller teams, and each team gets its own construction section.
Now fiddle around and build. The greater the number of participants, the greater the skepticism. Can the chain reaction really work – and the more the tension rises in the course of the team event? Will everything fit? Will all the chain links mesh? The more intense the feeling of togetherness at the end, when the last reaction triggers fireworks or a magnum bottle of bubbly opens.
To ensure that the chain reaction really works across the entire room in the end, the teams have to communicate well with each other. Just like in real working life!
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