Eliminator is a challenging team event that generates a real buzz of positive energy and sense of collective achievement.
In the activity scenario, your team is a Project Team working for Elite Project Services. EPS is pitching for a vital new contract and the Project Team must demonstrate their skills to win this contract. Participants, in the role of Project Leaders, each receive a sealed envelope containing the brief of a special new project available to the team. This project brief outlines a challenging team task that, through successful completion, offers an opportunity to win gold nuggets. But do the risks outweigh the rewards?
Team members each conduct a short feasibility study of their project before presenting the project to the assembled Project Team. Will he/she be able to influence the team and win support for their project? How will individual goals be balanced against team and organisational goals? What criteria will the team use to analyse the pros and cons of each project?
There is insufficient time and resources for all projects (Team Challenges) to be attempted. Decisions need to be made about which to select and which to ELIMINATE! There are many options available…for example, the team may decide to send 5 team members on the Badlands Challenge while the remainder tackle the Card Sharp Challenge. On returning to HQ, the whole team may reform to take on the Sheep & Shepherd Challenge. Will the team adapt their plan in the light of the success (or non-success) of earlier projects?
Eliminator is a versatile project management activity and we have a wide range of challenges that can be included. Team Challenges need to offer the right level of challenge (both cerebral and physical), and to ensure there is something for everyone. If the weather looks like being poor we can, if you wish, switch to indoor challenges – this event is therefore a great success in fair weather or foul!
A winning team event indoors or outdoors
Even on a windy day!
Includes a wide range or fun team challenges
Perfect for team building