Team Building Activity, (CSI) Crime Scene Investigation
TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITY OF MURDER, MYSTERY, MAYHEM. Her blood-shot eyes were staring upwards but forever not seeing. The scene that greets the investigator as they enter the hotel room is one of tragedy. It looked as if a great disturbance had entered the room and left everything in a mess.
This 3-hour game tests the cohesiveness of your team. It requires your team to organize itself, delegate roles, have a curious mind, ask relevant questions and be observant in solving a ‘murder.’
This team-building activity is ‘mind-boggling as it requires teams to be curious, question witnesses and possible suspects, and look for clues. At the same time, the activity is ‘hilarious’ as teams have to act out the possible murder scenario and reveal the real murderer.
This game encourages your team to solve challenges constructively and collaboratively, bonding in a fun, entertaining, and engaging manner.
While we can learn a lot from doing, reflecting, alongside these shared experiences, brings a deeper level of understanding, trust, and motivation. By blending practical experiences with facilitated, sometimes challenging discussions, we create powerful shared memories beyond good intentions to actions.
Who Is CSI – Crime Scene Investigation Popular With?
Over the course of delivering and conducting this activity, we’ve found that this unique team-building activity, CSI – Crime Scene Investigation is popular with
- Teams who tried it all and is looking for the fresh team-building experience
- Teams who are creatives and like a challenge
- Teams who are required to solve challenges and a constantly changing environment in the workplace
If you’re looking for a day of fun, engagement, and problem-solving for your team, then look no further because CSI – Crime Scene Investigation might just be the team-building event that you’re looking for. Teams that have experienced this event have feedback that this activity is great for building :
- Project Management
- Team Culture
- Creativity & Innovation
- Productivity & Time Management
- Bonding through Shared Fun Experiences
- No single-time “scenario of events” that teams came up with after investigation was the same. All 100 over scenarios were different.
- maximum number of runs of this activity for the same company: 8
- This game smashes the myth that “my colleagues cannot act.”
- When watching my colleagues acting out “murder scene,” I saw participants laughing so hard they had tears in their eyes.
- The activity is conducted both Indoors and Outdoors
- 6 – 150 Participants
- Max duration: 3.5 Hours (half-day)
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