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The Bingo Challenge Show
The Bingo Challenge Show
The Bingo Challenge Show is Bingo - but not as you know it! It’s a new and exciting themed game- show, hosted live and featuring specially selected tv, music, film and video clips from around the world. The aim is to match up the key words on your bingo card to the corresponding words or objects shown in the clips. You’ll need to be all eyes and ears to reach a Bingo! Just to keep everyone on their toes, your host will set a fun team challenge activity against the clock. Best performances are rewarded by having their ‘FREE’ square activated on their bingo cards to help them reach that all important Bingo! You can choose from a range of themes including: Wildlife, Comedy, Food and Drink. We’ll even bespoke your own Bingo Challenge show if you ask us nicely ☺ The Bingo Challenge Show is entertaining, inclusive and a brilliant way to bring family, friends and work colleagues together for any type of celebration, special occasion or team bonding experience. Colourful team attire is encouraged!
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Reconnect Your Team Using LEGO
Imagine how refreshing it will be to feel genuinely curious about what your colleagues are saying. In this interactive workshop, you’ll use LEGO® to help your colleagues understand what makes you tick and feel more connected. We’ll end by identifying ways you can work better together as a result. Feeling understood and connected leads to teams that are happier, more resilient and higher performing. Our ‘new normal’ is pretty testing on these connections and it is not self-sustaining. Investing in activities to re-address the balance helps teams to maintain productivity and wellbeing. Each participant will receive a small box of LEGO® to play with beforehand and use during the workshop. There will be smiles, laughter and stories that will stay with you for years to come. (And yes, you get to keep the LEGO® afterwards!). In a world where we are so distanced, join me to come together to re-connect.
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What are the most popular types of Serious Games?

Serious games are either process-oriented or outcomes-focused, depending on what goal is being addressed. Simulation games, persuasion games, and educational games are some of the popular types of serious games. Discovery and decision-making games also top off the list. A tabletop role-playing game is also a popular serious game in the workplace, heavy on role-playing and characterization.

What are Serious Games?

What are the most popular types of Serious Games?

Serious games are either process-oriented or outcomes-focused, depending on what goal is being addressed. Simulation games, persuasion games, and educational games are some of the popular types of serious games. Discovery and decision-making games also top off the list. A tabletop role-playing game is also a popular serious game in the workplace, heavy on role-playing and characterization.

What are Serious Games?

Ever heard of Sim City or Minecraft? These are just some of the popular serious games that flew through to everyone, not because of their mere popularity but because of their unique proposition: you get to be in another world. You make the rules and you clean up the mess of your actions. In the middle of it all, you learn how to make things better.

Combining the techniques of video games and board games, serious games insert strategies in learning and gamification for players to achieve a specific skill. They have a precise objective to deliver: to reinforce team cohesion, solve conflicts, think critically, and mostly to collaborate and learn with your teams. This team-building activity lets your collaborators play an educational, interactive, and ludic video game or board game which will enable them to reach an objective that you will have defined beforehand.

How does Serious Games work?

Serious Games are video game-inspired computer applications. Unlike traditional learning, companies use them to train their employees and originally strengthen team cohesion. It is an interactive, collaborative, fun and educational game mode generally based on simulation and which allows participants to be immersed in a concrete situation related to different themes (health, education, ecology, politics...). A real training tool that will have an impact on the real-life of the players.

What are the benefits of doing Serious Games in my organization?

Organizing a Serious Game for team building has many advantages for the company. First of all, it allows your employees to learn new things, to get to know each other and to create a real team spirit by spending a convivial moment.

Professional training is more attractive and allows you to work on yourself by discovering your strong and weak points. It will develop the skills of each person, reinforce their motivation and their self-confidence.

Why are Serious Games good for your Business?

Picture this scene: you send your employees to a two-hour training session where they get to listen to a variety of speakers and sit in one place throughout the whole time. Aside from Zoom fatigue, your team may only just remember the first thing and the last thing that happened during the training.

More and more organizations are shifting to serious games all because of its biggest benefit: employees get to learn through practical application. Learning happens while they are in the middle of doing the game. In today’s learning and development space, simulation and role-playing games step up the way employees gain or train multiple skill sets. Think about it, if your employees have fun while learning, they’ll probably remember more of what they learned rather than just sitting through one lengthy session.

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