Bridge to the Future™
Our Bridge to the Future™ team building program involves numerous sub-teams working together utilizing their project management skills and creative ingenuity.
The ultimate goal is to build an actual bridge which has the strength and integrity to support the weight of a manned golf cart driven across it! There are two amazing aspects of this corporate team building bridge construction event.
First, each section will be an independent and colorful artistic representation of the organization’s future mission and goals.
And second, the structure is assembled using only cardboard and duct tape as the principal building materials. When these two aspects of the program are revealed to your group, you’ll hear the room fill with gasps and disbelief.
Team leaders will be chosen and are responsible for ensuring tight deadlines are met. Each team will delegate roles including cardboard cutters, column designers, decorators, and builders.
Team leaders will be called together at three occasions to discuss and share strategies and timing with the other teams. These meetings are critical since all of the teams must complete their sections simultaneously.
The finished product of this bridge building game is a wonderfully creative interpretation of the current status and future vision of the organization. After proving the integrity of the bridge with the golf cart, resulting in cheers and a sense of relief, the entire team will gather on the bridge for group photos. This is truly one of our best team building activities.
To ensure a great experience, aspects of these team building activities may be modified for your group size, group makeup, time available, and other variables.
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"Bridge to the Future was the ultimate building activity! The pressure to ensure that our section of the bridge would be strong enough made the activity very exciting. When we all stood on the bridge for pictures afterwards, I think that our manager said it best, “It was more than about building a bridge, it was building relationships that will carry into the future”, and that is exactly what we wanted from this event."Paul - Johnson & Johnson
"Apologies for not writing sooner to thank you, but the event was a HUGE success!! It was just amazing and your team were just what the company needed to start the week off right! Thanks again for all of your help. I will definitely be in touch for future events."Abby - Numerix
"The facilitator and his group led the team on a positive, open minded no-excuses journey for 3 hours. It was a great experience! I had so many people thank me for organizing the best team building event they had participated in. The best part was the joining of strengths from Science, PR , Customer Service, H.R., etc., to create a bridge – leaving the past behind and looking to a positive future."Gilly - HR Lithium Technologies
"I wanted to say a big thank you for such a successful event yesterday. I got nothing but rave reviews from all of our employees. I really appreciate that you took the time to fully understand our goals of our annual sales conference and implement them so well. The culmination of the event was exactly as I had hoped it would be. Leaving behind a difficult economic environment and embracing all the opportunities ahead of us."Robin - PS Business Parks
Group Size:30 to 1,000+
Team Size:8 to 10
Program Length:2 to 2.5 hours
Space Requirement:Group dependent - large flat grassy field or very large indoor space like a ballroom
Team Building Elements
- Trust and Relationships
- Goal Setting
- Planning And Accountability
- Communication Skills
- Collaborative Idea Sharing
- Creative Problem Solving Skills
Goals, Outcomes and Debrief Topics
- Project Management Skills - Taking responsibility for the success of your team while ensuring the big picture goal is understood and reached by all.
- Future Visual - How creating a visual representation of your future aspirations can assist in furthering an understanding of what is possible while showcasing attributes.
- Limited Resource Utilization - How teams can arrive at an incredible result with limited materials, by sharing best practices and being time-efficient.
Pricing varies depending upon the number of participants (minimum of 30) and includes the team building program, prep, production coordination and all materials, program design, professional lead facilitator and staffing.