Practice Teamwork & Communication at Fuzzy Logic!
Escape rooms can be a great sandbox for corporate team building and practicing collaboration outside of the workplace. Fuzzy Logic can provide a holistic teaming activity where people can have fun while developing important skills!
Build bonds across titles & generations
Corporate team building can take many forms. Escape rooms are themed games in a room where teams work together to complete their mission within the time limit. To do this, players join forces to explore their environment and use tools, items, and info to solve puzzles. During the game, everyone must work with each other, using skills in communication, critical thinking, and time management to accomplish their goal.
Interestingly, these are skills like those used in the workplace! As a result, escape rooms are a great option for corporate team building in a fun and different environment. But in our games, titles are set aside in a level playing field. And everyone has a chance to showcase and recognize each other’s unique strengths, skills, and talents throughout the adventure!
Try our seminar about working styles
Do you have a heavily analytical team member? Or how about an enthusiastic, creative type? And most importantly, can you get them all to work well together? Fuzzy Logic has a special training, Attributes Assessment, a 30-minute corporate team building seminar that discusses major communication, leadership and working styles. Through this, we dive into how leveraging diversity of thought can promote high performance in teams! Afterwards, everyone leaves the seminar with a handout about their own dominant style. Also, the handout includes insights in all the styles’ strengths and potential blindspots to help them be more effective in the workplace.
Not convinced? Read the latest in reviews from our satisfied customers on Google! For additional information on other special occasions, including birthday parties and family reunions, check out our Special Parties page! Additionally, we’re happy to answer any questions you may have via email at FuzzyLogicEscapeRoom@gmail.com or via phone at 331-251-1195!