Teams Construct and Race Chariots

Encourage your teams to 'pull together' in a race against the clock and against each other.

How It Works

Teams are encouraged to pull together in this inspiring challenge which combines the skills of creativity and communication. Since Boadicea and Ben Hur, chariots have been a thrilling way of getting from A to B. Now, two millennia later, the chariot is back and the excitement can be yours. Once construction is complete the teams are then free to make a statement and decorate their chariots to their own taste or in a way that fits with your brand guidelines, corporate messages or values. The challenge concludes with a race, where the teams pit their chariots against each other in a test of speed and skill, or a gladiator-themed parade.

Learning Outcomes

Chariot Challenge tests the communication skills, collaboration and creativity of your people to build the ultimate model kit against the clock and against each other. However, this is no easy undertaking. Teams need to to plan carefully and work as one to succeed in reaching their goal. Simultaneously, the teams will be faced with extra challenges and tasks before the chariot is finally constructed. Flat Our Chariot inspires creativity and is a wonderfully fun shared experience that will be reflected on long after the event.

Key Business Benefits

  • Cross Functional co-operation
  • Energising a conference
  • Practical Leadership
  • Fun & Motivation
  • Strategy Communication
  • Team Dynamics
  • Uniting Teams

Flat Out: Chariot Challenge

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