Get to know your teammates in a new way
The simulation helps team members get to know each other outside of the work role. The topics covered in the simulation are related to everyday life in general and include, for instance, topics related to leisure activities.
Knowing people better builds trust
The simulation helps team members get to know each other outside of the work role. When we know the members of the team, it is also easier to handle work matters together. The simulation entices, among other things, to tell stories about one’s own life, which increases trust and promotes acquaintance between the team. The simulation promotes casual discussion and listening to others.
In the simulation, a number of situations are encountered, and the task is to select or guess the person best suited to the situation. After this, players get to justify their choices, see what their colleagues are like and also learn how others see themselves.
CLAIM 2: SKYDIVING
Who of us would go skydiving?
CLAIM 3: SPORTS COACH FOR CHILDREN
Who of us would fill in as the sports coach for 7-year-olds?
CLAIM 4: ACTING
Who would act in a play during the company’s summer picnic?
CLAIM 5: BEING CRITICAL OF CUSTOMER SERVICE
Who would send their food back to the kitchen in a restaurant?
Unlike our other simulations, this simulation has no scientific background, but is based on our experience of hundreds of simulations of what kind of themes and questions entice the team to share their experiences and views.
- Get to know your teammates in an immersive and relaxed way
- Learn new things about teammates
- Enables the sharing of experiences from one’s own life outside of work
- Deepens mutual knowledge and enhances trust
Perfect for starting a new team’s joint journey.
It also works great for established teams when the goal is to have more relaxed discussions and get to know colleagues in a relaxed way.
Works remotely, present or as a hybrid.
The duration of the simulation is about 1-2 hours.