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CreatEscape defines the process and goal of each individual, and highlights the teams strategic journey in the company from Good to Great’ over the next three years.

In this activity each each individual and team are given the opportunity to tell and commit too their success story, through their “Strategic, Innovative and Creative” picture model.

The teams have to create a strategic story “masterpiece”, created from a variety of vegetables and other food related items.

This is most definitely one of the innovative and mentally challenging team building activities and is very constructive and rewarding.

The Brief:

Your Team are launching a new product, for example in the medical industry, a Anti-depressant Drug.   In the attached video, the anti-depressant drug represents a ‘Blue Train’ coming out of a ‘Dark Tunnel’.

The blue train represents the anti-depressant drug, moving safely and with purpose. The “Dark Tunnel” is representative of the individual who is extremely depressed and gloomy and has no direction or purpose.

With the help of this anti-depressant drug it will remove this ‘Dark Tunnel’ and give  hope, purpose, direction and light to this depressed individual.

The team need to tell their story from ‘Good to Great’. They achieve this by building their success story with the use of different vegetables, fruit, pasta and related ingredients.

The Team, may also use any natural items found in the garden that would add value to their picture story. This story is projected onto a large screen, as it is being built.

Their end result highlights that the Anti-depressant Drug is successful, and their difficult winding path reaches a point of happiness and abundance in ones own personal, family and business life.

There is a definite sense of accomplishment and a feeling of achievement when the team stands back and views their “masterpiece” which portrays their story.

Through this activity the team will have to plan, prioritise, visualise, collaborate, share knowledge, trust and view each other’s suggestions with a clear and open mind in-order to see the bigger picture.

 ‘A picture is worth a thousand words.’ I believe the original quote was actually ‘A picture is worth ten thousand words’ as stated by Fred R. Barnard, of Printers’ Ink, 10 March 1927

Seeing is believing…Please view our video from one of our clients.

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