Here is a chance for your
team to play sleuth and identify a notorious jewel thief, while uncovering
the evidence to convict the thief and recovering the missing jewels.
their Mission Impossible kit in hand, and all the tools needed to be
successful, your group will interact with hilarious costumed characters
and witnesses, solve clues, gather evidence and recover the missing
jewels. The mission culminates with a suspect line-up where the characters
are questioned to find out who is actually the criminal at large. That's
when the teams go wild, as they get to match up their evidence and
findings against those of the thief's and where the criminal is finally
a customized opening replete with confetti cannon and self-destruction of
the tape, your teams will have the time of their lives while learning some
important lessons in collaboration, leadership, negotiation, creativity
strategy and problem solving. They will also gain great appreciation for
the skills of their teammates.
This Mission is available as our standard jewel thief caper or it can be
customized to solve a crime related to your particular industry.
The opening segment can be our standard Mission Impossible opening or you
can choose a customized opening with pictures of your group, company,
incentives or products.
Appropriate for all fitness levels and age groups.
Size: For groups from
Setting: The caper
can be set up indoors or outdoors, in a retreat setting, office building,
restaurant, popular destination, cruise ship or any other place where your
group will be meeting.
Time: This event can
range from 2-1/2 hours to a half or full day program
Looking for the
answer to the question ' What is the thief's
signature drink?' you
encounter a barmaid who will not talk to you unless you buy her a
certain type of chocolate bar. She opens the candy to eat it and hands
you the wrapper, asking you to throw it away. On the inside is the
recipe for a drink. Looking through your bar guide in your Mission Kit,
you need to match the drink recipe to the listed drinks to find out what
the thief drinks.
The character witnesses are typically played by managers and employees
from your company or organization. While we can provide the characters for
you, we have found this to be one of the most valuable and beneficial
aspects of the teambuilding. The people playing the characters not only
have a great time with their roles, but also build stronger
manager-employee relationships in the process.
It is a fabulous way to break down barriers, encourage new forms of
communication, and change long held perceptions by working and seeing each
other in a different light.
For more information or to reserve this session for your next teambuilding
event, contact us at 888-672-1120 or email to
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Kraft Sales Team Does
Mission Impossible in Nashville
The 140 sales people meeting in Nashville didn't know they were
about to confront a multitude of characters, one of which was an
international jewel thief. But quickly they received "passports"
and were grouped into new teams to tackle the challenge of
finding the thief. A great team problem-solving activity, these
sales people learned a bit about the potential of working
together. Click on the pictures to enlarge and enjoy!
Allergan BDMP Builds the Team and Tackles an "Impossible
Good communication and coordination is important in
Allergan's Biostatistics Data
Management and Programming, so
their group of 100 spent a day in our
Building High Performance Teams session. Using such tools as
Polygon Puzzle and
What's My Communication Style? profile, the group learned
more about each other and the skills they bring to collaborative
problem solving tasks. After the training, the entire group
exercised their new skills in our
Mission Impossible Caper!,
solving clues and successfully identifying the notorious jewel
thief. An enlightening and energizing day for all. Click on the pictures to enlarge and enjoy!
Teaching Communication Style with a Twist
What's My Communication Style? profile as a foundation,
190 sales professionals from adidas learned a bit more about
themselves and their approach to communicating. Then it was off
for a little fun, team development, and skill building, as 21
teams worked to solve the mystery of our
Mission Impossible Caper. Fifteen adidas sales managers
masterfully played some very unique characters as their people probed
for clues. In all, it was an energizing, yet informative
kick-off to their week's activities. Click on the pictures to enlarge and enjoy!
Wells Fargo Small Business Cash Management Gets "Style" and a
How do you reward, appreciate, and train in one fell
swoop? How about an offsite meeting that incorporates an
understanding of personal style and a chance to use it in a
unique and challenging mystery caper. Wells Fargo's Small
Business Cash Management group recently invited us to perform
training on personal style using the
What's My Style? profile, then blend this learning with our
Mission Impossible Caper. Small teams tackled the challenge
while others played roles such as fortune teller, bar maid, Elvis impersonator,
pet walker, gambler, and others. According to Wells
Fargo Marketing Consultant, Rhoda Cataleta, "Team members rated
the afternoon a '10', our best team building yet!" Click on the pictures to enlarge and enjoy!
Costa Nursery Farms, Inc. -
Leadership Training with a Twist!
For the second year in a row, Costa Nursery Farms, Inc.
of Miami, Florida, chose Teambuilding, Inc. to support its
yearly management meeting. This year, we incorporated two of our
Mission Impossible Caper!
Teambuilding, to enhance the learning objectives of the
two-day meeting and inject some good-natured fun. The theme of
the training was Leadership During Times of Dynamic Growth.
Our hats go off to this dynamic leadership team for their
organization's success in creating one of the fastest growing
companies in their industry.
Mission Impossible Caper! pictures - Click on
to enlarge and enjoy.