Team Building Classics
These tried and true in person team building events have been around for a long time because sometimes you just can’t improve upon a classic!
Teams have an amazing time chasing down locations where they acquire points for performing physical, mental and creative challenges. This versatile activity, designed with the hit TV show Amazing Race in mind, is highly customizable. Great for product launches and other events where you want to highlight company information or reinforce meeting content.
This team building event takes Minute To Win It to the next level and puts a whole different twist on it. Teams participate in a series of short physical challenges using unexpected items. Teams have a certain amount of time to practice each game but points only accrue when it’s crunch time!
Float Your Boat
“Whatever floats your boat” are good words to live by. But, in this team building activity, they are essential, as teams must build a boat capable of holding two of their teammates in a race against all other teams. The build a boat materials? Nothing more than cardboard and duct tape!
Game Show Greats
Old-fashioned fun meets new technology in this game show, which finds teams competing in activities inspired by game show greats on a mobile device. Games, some of which are emcee-led from the stage and others that teammates compete in during timed segments around their team table, include “Survey Says,” “What’s That Tune?”, “In Jeopardy,” Concentrate, “What’s The Deal?”, “Is The Number Right?” and more!
Manor House Murder
Sometimes planning a team building event can be murder. But, in this case, murder IS the teambuilding event! The body of an internationally renowned lawyer has been found and your group must examine the evidence and liaise with key suspects and witnesses to piece together the sequence of events in this high-tech who dunnit.
Not Your Average Game Show
These are not just trivial matters. Our unusual game shows incorporate a wide range of challenges including music, visual puzzles and physical games as well. And, rather than just a few participants on stage at a time, everyone participates in our game shows with all teams facing off against one another! We can also put a unique spin on your favorite game show – whether it’s Jeopardy, Family Feud, The Price Is Right and more – to get your message across in a fun, but familiar way.
Tribes strive to do the best they can in a series of creative, physical and mental challenges in this event built off the popularity of the TV show Survivor. Who will surstrive and who will be thrown off the island at the end of the activity? Only time will tell in this competitive team building activity with a tropical twist!
It’s time for your team to strive for the gold in a series of relays appropriate for those with a coach or a couch potato mentality! Whether they experience the thrill of victory, or the agony of defeat, all walk away a stronger team! And, if a sports theme doesn’t “play” well with you, we can incorporate other themes, such as beach relays, superhero games and more.
What Our Clients Say.
Game Show – “Once we had the agreement done, I didn’t worry about anything. I thought the games and music were for all ages so everyone could have a chance to know the answers. The activities were absolutely great!! There was allot of bonding, laughing and just plan FUN!!!!!!! Thank you ”
– Marion P., Global Energy
Crunch Time – The Wildly Different team did an awesome job in planning and executing a very successful and well-received team building event — it was definitely what we needed and had so much fun!!
– Joy K., Gillead Sciences.
Amazing Chase – “I want to thank you for the AMAZING job you and your team did in making our Team Building event a huge success. From the kickoff, during the challenges and through to the scoring, your team was fantastic. Every one of your team members was organized, friendly and so much fun -our group thoroughly enjoyed themselves. We were all talking during dinner last night and the stories of how much fun we had were hysterical.
Can’t say enough about what a great job you did. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”