Room Escape Team Building

May 01
Identify disruption


Escape room team building is a new trend that's quickly caught on. Escape rooms are immersive role-playing games. Players are "locked" inside a room and tasked with solving the room's mystery within a set amount of time. Once they solve the mystery or reach the end of the time limit, they are "set free." All players must work together to solve the escape room's mystery. Jointly, escape room players set a goal: to solve the room's mystery and escape.

Likewise, finishing a PROJECT, addressing all items in the queue, getting numbers up - these are all common PROJECT management goals.

Team goals, be they work or escape room-oriented, all work the same way. Team goal setting has three steps.

  • Members must determine what they think the overall goal is. They make notes concerning what they believe the project should be doing
  • They compare those notes with a few other members. Often, they'll find their notes in conflict
  • Finally, compare the revised notes with the entire team
Following the execution of the "escapes" the group will head across to the Tasmanian Inn to debrief and share a networking refreshment.

Members $45.00 | Students $39.50 | Non-members $58.00
CPD: 4 points