Survey Says brings all the high-spirited fun and excitement of a live television game show to you. This energizing corporate team building version of Family Feud is perfect for motivating employees or for an evening entertainment event. Our unique design keeps everyone involved throughout the show, regardless of your group size and can also be used as a training tool or a corporate give back program.
After a fun, energizing icebreaker, setting the mood for Feud, the competition begins. With fast-paced rounds of survey questions and a “bracket” scoring system, winning teams move forward from the initial rounds of play, to the semi-finals, to the “Feud Finale.”
Survey Says has a TV game show atmosphere, with an answer board beamed up via projection, and sound effects for lockout, correct, and wrong answers. At the face-off player positions, extra-large buttons make it easy for contestants to buzz in.
For larger groups, an audience response polling system is used to allow each team to answer multiple-choice trivia questions. This determines the order in which the teams are invited to the main stage for a round of “Feud.”
Training Option: The Survey Says game show can be delivered for training purposes, evaluating employee retention, with the use of questions, based on your company’s products, history, philosophy, and management. Find out how much information your employees know and have retained, with an exciting game show!
Charitable Option: In addition, the program can be delivered as a charitable event. At the culmination of the game show, your VIP will deliver a giant check, signed by the members of the winning team, to a representative of the charity you choose.
No matter how many points are on the game show scoreboard, you can be confident that you will score big with your participants!
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"We have done game shows at all of our sales meetings in the past, but your Survey Says game show using audience response keypads that involved everyone at the event with the Feud Game ending was the most innovative and inclusive game show we have ever done. "Ralph - Pfizer
Group Size:30 to 1,000+
Team Size:8 to 10
Program Length:1.5 hours
Space Requirement:Hotel ballroom, banquet hall, office cafeteria or similar space
Team Building Elements
- Trust and Relationships
- Communication Skills
- Goal Setting
- Planning And Accountability
- Creative Problem Solving Skills
- Collaborative Idea Sharing
Goals, Outcomes and Debrief Topics
- Collaboration - Through knowledge sharing the team will showcase their collective intelligence and experience.
- Fun Competition - Using competition to drive team success.
- Promoting Bonding and Celebration - Shared laughter will ensure that individuals walk away with stronger relationships and fun memories.
Pricing varies depending upon the number of participants (minimum of 30) and includes an action-packed program, complete with your charismatic game show host and staffing. Depending on number of participants, Survey Says may also include buzzers.