LIBERATION is a dynamic new innovation in the world of team development. It is a computer-based simulation that allows a team to interact and negotiate with fictitious activists for the release of hostages. Each team has its own computer loaded with the LIBERATION software, so the training event can accommodate multiple teams simultaneously. As a team enters its information, the computer responds by printing a "fax" from the activists with new demands, information, and consequences. At the conclusion, the team is evaluated electronically by how it handled the negotiation.
See how your teammates work together learn to appreciate each others contribution to the team.
A great idea for your next retreat or offsite meeting.
LIBERATION can be run as a one- or two-day event, with actual computer run time from 6 to 48 hours. Teams are sent study materials to familiarize themselves with the hostage scenario, then assemble for team awareness and setup information. Then they begin the exercise, running continuously until completion. After the computer simulation is finished, there is a post-session discussion to analyze results and solidify the teambuilding points learned.
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Equipment Required: 1 computer and printer for each team.
Computer and printer equipment rental, if needed, is extra.
To book a LIBERATION seminar or for more information, contact us at 888-672-1120 or e-mail to email@example.com
How to Purchase LIBERATION
To purchase the program and run sessions "on your own," the minimum "Package Level" status is $2,435. *
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*Next two packages are half price.
NEWS RELEASE 2003: University of Connecticut Leadership Training Adds LIBERATION - Teambuilding, Inc.'s Gary Turner recently assisted the U. of Connecticut in adding our intensive LIBERATION exercise to its leadership training on team negotiation. Participants were totally engaged for the 8-hour session, using teams of negotiators to free hostages in an incredibly realistic software-driven scenario. According to participants, the session..