Virtual Competition to Collaboration® is a professionally-facilitated activity-based workshop designed to engage participants in team collaboration and organizational synergy.
Utilizing a virtual meeting platform (Zoom, MS Teams, Google Meet, etc.) and taking advantage of break-out rooms, this session will initially have participants working on a challenging sub-group initiative that incorporates strategy, decision-making, and time management as you must make decisions in 15 second increments!
The game is initially competitive in nature and is designed to determine the highest scoring teams, while also showcasing the entire group average and median.
Now that the benchmark has been set, the new goal is collaborative in nature. Lessons and learning experiences are shared amongst the entire group, in an effort to bring sub-teams results – and the associated group average – to the highest possible levels. After this discussion on key insights and shared suggestions for improvement, the group is formed into new sub-teams and sent to virtual breakout rooms for the 2nd and final round.
This synergistic approach highlights the positive results of sharing best practices and has a powerful message of “One Team” collaboration while celebrating the success of our colleagues.
To ensure a great experience, aspects of this event may be modified for your group size, group makeup, time available, and other variables.
I think the group really enjoyed the Virtual Competition to Collaboration event. The game was the most fun, and it created bonds with encouragement, strategizing and trust. Our group had a lot of fun with the engagement during the program!
Our team was engaged throughout the session for our Virtual Competition to Collaboration program. We experienced good discussion and had a lot of fun with the breakout sessions to solve the puzzle. This program gave a helpful refresher on the importance of leaders providing clarity at the onset, encouragement throughout a project, and the ability to flex based on how quick decisions need to be made. We thought everything was fun and relevant and enjoyed the session!
How did I feel our group as a whole enjoyed the activity? They LOVED it! And they enjoyed the gaming part. Our Virtual Competition to Collaboration program was very organized, and Roy and Ryan were awesome, we had quite a few compliments on the program!