More than just an exploding trend, gamification is the essential approach to team building. Indeed, what better way to engage your teams and create a pleasant moment of cohesion sprinkled with competition?
Thus, many fun activities, from the escape game to the laser game, including various thematic workshops, are promoted as “the team building must”. But in the end, few of them will be able to compete with the treasure hunt in terms of gamified team buildings.
Progression, immersion, involvement
Designed from the start as a game where cooperation and confrontation are necessary, the treasure hunt uses all its components to stimulate its participants. The course that leads to discovery and observation will make the team progress, while the police investigation will allow a total immersion and avoid a rigid activity without context. Finally, the game mechanics will make the players think together, a good way to involve them to reach an optimal flow.
A scavenger hunt has flow!
Flow is that state of involvement of the player who progresses without ever falling into the lassitude of a game that is too easy or the frustration of a game that is too hard. In other words, it is this activity that makes you not see the time pass because you are so concentrated. This is a complex balance that only specialists in discovery, scenario and gamification like Who Wants to Track can offer.
Information gathering, reflection, observation, team spirit and competition to get the best score, a Who Wants to Track game is finally the optimal activity to teach a team to work together while having fun. In short, the ideal team building activity for everyone!