Experiential learning involving intensive, high-energy game play, bringing out natural behaviors in participants. The facilitated debrief helps contextualize learnings to workplace situations.
You are part of a rescue mission in an earthquake-hit zone, to save lives and rehabilitate victims, under stress of time, economy and communication.Learning outcomes include Decision making, collaborative problem solving and situational leadership.
Participants are part of an elite special task force who are called in to run rescue operations in an earthquake-hit city for 6 days.
As part of their mission they have to save lives build shelters and cater to the needs of the affected people. All this needs to be achieved under the various pressure dynamics of time, economy and communication.
Every member in the team has a vital, predetermined role to play, ensuring that the objective of the team is met.
Be part of a rescue expedition to a remote tribal area to conserve the environment.Learning outcomes include Planning, goal setting, time management and balancing individual and team goals.
The construction of a dam on the river Samastha has endangered the entire Tavanshi Forest, including the survival of a lost tribe.
As part of a rescue attempt, participants need to plan and execute an expedition in the hope of gathering evidence, sighting the tribe and returning to base camp with conclusive evidence.
Participants have to team up, carefully choose their routes, supplies, and the team strategy to battle out the various forces of nature, as they rough it out in the jungle.
Plan a rescue operation on foot to Mount Olympus @ 19,000 feet looking for survivors of a climbing expedition.Learning outcomes include strategic planning, data-driven decision making, managing uncertainty and taking calculated risks.
10th. May, 12 pm: Peak climbing season on Mount Olympus soaring 19,000 feet above the clouds. There are several climbers queued up near the summit .
10th May, 2 pm: Dark clouds blow in over the horizon with gale force winds that whip the snow and ice into a fierce storm. Visibility drops to a few inches. On the icy peak fifty climbers are struck by the disaster.
11th May: Word of the storm reaches the participants at the Emergency Control at Base Camp. Rescue teams are quickly assembled. The immediate mission is to search for and rescue the survivors. Conditions do not permit helicopters. The mission needs to be accomplished on foot.
Extremely high energy game play. Participants have to:
Reflection on behavior and performance
Contextualizing behavior and debrief to the work context