Wildgoose launches Tribal Instincts teambuilding game

Teambuilding agency Wildgoose has launched a new collaboration activity for corporate groups called Tribal Instincts.

Wildgoose launches new teambuilding activity
Wildgoose launches new teambuilding activity

Using the Wildgoose app, which is enabled with GPS technology and image recognition, Tribal Instincts is a teambuilding solution designed to encourage teams, co-workers and colleagues to work together and problem solve.


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The types of challenges within Tribal Instincts vary based upon the differing personalities of each tribe. For example, The Firetasters will have to respond to a range of trivia questions, that will spread like wildfire as they answer. As tribes progress through the challenge, they will need to share information with other tribes in order to finish. Tribes will have to ask The Moonrunners for help in identifying constellations, while the Zulus will hold key information about interpreting hieroglyphics and symbols.

Wildgoose senior project & events manager Sheridan Roberts said collaborative teambuilding challenges were on the rise, as companies look for ways to enhance employees’ skills in a fun environment.  "In response to this demand, we began developing a challenge with collaboration at its core."

Head of sales, Priya Taylor added that the event was also an enjoyable experience for delegates. "Our gamified solutions, have been designed to engage and team build, whilst also providing fun and entertainment in abundance.

"Throughout the product development process of our collaboration challenge, we have been ever mindful of this. The result is a really great, fun and unique product, which has a number of commercial benefits. It’s ideal for teams who work across multiple locations or even countries; to help facilitate company or departmental restructures and to support learning and development objectives."

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