The team is divided into smaller groups are given a task to complete in a certain set of time. The main objective is to make a square from a household rope with the blindfolds on. The easy looking activity is a great metaphor for the teams to tinker about big-picture thinking and camaraderie with the teammates.

Key Learning Elements:

Leadership, Clear Communication, Silo Thinking, Taking Ownership

At first, people are divided into smaller groups, as per the song selected. A predefined song is broken into beats, rhythms, and lyrics which is allocated to the divided teams. The teams go through the warm-up and practice rounds led by SALT’S Facilitators and after few practice rounds, Teams come together to create the symphony. The beauty of this activity is that without using any of the musical instrument, the entire group is able to collaborate and create a melody.

Key Learning Elements:

Collaboration, Interactive, Collaborative, Relieves stress, Makes them feel as one

A very engaging activity where teams have to tinker to break their own self-limiting thoughts, which eventually helps them to aspire for their goal. The Whole activity is a metaphor for going hard for the Bigger Goal.

Key Learning Elements:

The aspiration for the bigger Goal, challenging the Status Quo.

This is an activity that will take you to the medieval era of war and war-craft. The teams are supposed to construct a unique, creative, intimidating and a fully functional chariot that is capable of transporting a real person, by only using cardboard pipes and sheets They decorate it and also dress up their ultimate warrior with the handmade armors and weapons. During the finale comes the ultimate race against the enemy with the chariot, similar to the Gladiator movie.

Key Learning Elements:

Hard work, Smart work, Innovation, Creativity, Hands-on Craftsmanship, Courage and Race.

It’s a MEGA activity with 3 parts: Shooting – 50 teams shoot a movie in an iPad in the given format and theme. Editing – Teams are given editing slots where they edit the movie. The station is supervised by team SALT. Showcasing – The top 10 selected movies will be premiered that day itself in the evening (like the way movies are nominated for the Award shows by a preselected panel of the jury). Apart from being an actor in the movie, each team member is given a certain role such as a director, editor, producer, etc. It’s a time-crunched task as they have to shoot the entire movie in approximately 1 hr. 15mins. Finally, the entire team dresses-up and comes together for the Movie Premiere followed by the Awards for various categories. (It’s the real ‘black lady’ trophy that we give away for this). Note: This activity can be run in a different format and has the potential to engage 600 participants for the entire day.

Key Learning Elements:

Getting out of the comfort zone, be able to take one for the team, Identify the ideal resources, and make work more fun.

This exciting activity can really be the showstopper of an event. Teams get divided into smaller units, roles and responsibilities get assigned as the participants are ready for the quest. Each team is given a photo clues and the location point to reach where the photo have been clicked all around the city which is strategically divided into various zones by team SALT. With the help of the photo clues, GPS and the question attached to it, teams have to tinker for the answers and finish the challenges carefully crafted for the teams together. Participants really have to get their ‘A’ game in front to crack the questions set. This tech-based activity will create an unforgettable experience for the whole team to cherish and they get a LEARNCENTIVE of getting out of the conference room and enjoy the city in a fresh new way.

Key Learning Elements:

Getting out of the comfort zone, Collaboration, Shift in Paradigm.

An engaging activity where the participants tackle different scenarios in multiple rounds, each round comes with a completely different difficulty and change. The participants have to figure out the best possible way to complete the task in the shortest possible time. A very fast paced activity that brings out the experiential learning of change management and communication.

Key Learning Elements:

Leadership, Clear Communication, Silo Thinking, Change Management.

This activity demands a high level of innovation and imagination to get the job done. When a team is put into a difficult scenario, then only the real character and meaning of the word ‘Team’ come out.

Key Learning Elements:

Leadership, Clear Communication, Taking Ownership

A large pre-decided painting is cut into smaller parts like a pixel. The team is required to replicate a large painting in parts as distributed to each team (mosaic). Team gets divided and is challenged to exhibit their painting skills, creativity and express it through a splash of colors & art. Each Team is given a blank canvas and coloring kit that has brushes, colors, stationary, gloves, aprons etc. Like all time based challenges, this one also pulsates with energy as teams discuss & debate color combinations. There is a pre fabricated frame that awaits the 60 small paintings. A wow factor enfolds, when all the masterpieces are joined together eventually.

Key Learning Elements:

Collaboration, Big Picture Thinking.

Roller Coaster has always been known to bring excitement, joy and thrill in everybody’s life. Technically, in real life the whole experience is put together by bringing in technology, synergy, teamwork and creativity. Similarly, the Roller Coaster Challenge pushes the participants to think out of the box and deliver a fully functional complicated Roller Coaster by only using everyday stationery items. An Activity which is engaging from the start to the end with the twist in between to bring in the collaboration aspect, as the team is required to connect all the smaller roller coasters together and create a mega roller coaster. It has been one of the hottest selling Team Engaging activity in South-East Asia for the past twelve years.

Key Learning Elements:

Collaboration, Big Picture Thinking, Customer First

This is an outdoor activity involving teams competing against each other. The arena is set with 12 activity stations like – Dizzy Football, X-Fit Challenge, Alpha-link, Maze Runner, Picture Quest, Sack Fight, Crab Race, Archery, Minute to win it, Human Chess, I Got Your Back , Tic Tac Toe, The Doughnut Towers, etc. (The details of these challenge stations can be discussed over the meeting). The teams are numbered and in each challenge station two teams compete against each other. The rotation grid is made in such away that every team gets an opportunity to compete against all the other teams. These stations are set at different difficulty levels, some are physically challenging while others are mentally challenging suiting a wider demographic spectrum.

Key Learning Elements:

Be better than yesterday, push your limits, giving it a shot attitude! (improve wisdom), impossible is nothing

The evergreen Master Chef activity continues its legacy of a mega cooking event. Especially when its done on such a large scale. All 40 teams get a dedicated cooking station that is equipped with an induction cooking set – utensils, cutleries and cooking ingredients carefully / strategically selected by team SALT. The teams actually cook and prepare the dishes worthy of serving a king on a pre-decided theme. They prepare the following: starters, side dish, main dish, and a beverage. They present the dish to a real five-star chef of the hotel (Arranged by team SALT). The food is then judged and the team gets an opportunity to enjoy the meal cooked by each other with love.

The evergreen drum circle starts with each participants picking up the assigned drum kept next to each chair. The participants at first try their hands on the drums in freestyle. Later a trained music facilitator step by step leads them to be able to create a recognizable melody. The tempo and the energy slowly but surely pick up and as the group gets engrossed and engaged in the rhythm the facilitator keeps adding newer benchmarks and the group gets better and better. Finally, the entire group is able to create a magical melody with everyone in sync with each other completely engrossed and engaged.

Key Learning Elements:

Collaboration, Big Picture Thinking. Interactive, Collaborative, Relieves stress, Makes them feel like one

Each team is given a set of 200 Domino chips and the teams are supposed to share their vision by creating a vision board for next 2 years using all the Domino chips given by creating a rally. The challenge is that the team has to create a module that gets triggered by a single trigger. The activity takes a twist when the facilitator challenges the team to weave at least 10 Vision boards together and create a long chain of Domino rally. The activity has a goose bump finale.

Key Learning Elements:

Collaboration, Big Picture Thinking.

Can you solve the mystery that Sherlock Holmes could not solve? Do you know why? In an investigation process, the mighty Holmes was found dead. Now it’s up to your team to uncover this mysterious murder case. Fingerprints, evidences, crime scene, witness. Scenario based roles and responsibilities get divided. Teams really have to wear the detective’s hat to solve this mystery. As the case reopens, teams’ decision-making prowess, analytical skills, collaboration skills will get tested. Surprises, drama and wit create the final report. In a nutshell a great team building experience!

The Egyptian Challenge comes in two parts. Part 1: The Construction- 2 sets of 19 teams are required to construct 38 small pyramids and dedicate one of its pre decided sides into a vision board. The challenge is to study, understand and replicate the symmetry of the pyramids and to create one using the material given to each team. Part 2: The Puzzle – Finally the teams are expected to build / put together two giant pyramids using 38 small pyramids.

Key Learning Elements:

Collaboration, Big Picture Thinking.

This exciting activity can really be the showstopper of an event. Teams get divided into smaller units, roles and responsibilities get assigned as the participants are ready for the quest. Each team is given a PDF file for the photo clue and the location point to reach where the photo has been clicked. With the help of a photo clue and the question attached to it, teams have to tinker for the answer. Participants really have to get their ‘A’ game in front to crack the questions set by Team SALT. This Tech-Based activity will create an unforgettable experience for the whole team to cherish.

Key Learning Elements:

Getting out of the comfort zone, Collaboration, Shift in Paradigm.