|Virtual Workforce||Hybrid Workforce|
More Fun with Muliple Teams Joining the Virtual Castle Escape
Virtual Castle Escape Event Capabilities
The multi-team event is designed for multiple teams participating in multiple sessions within a single event, where everyone shares the experience. Unlike the single-team, single-session event, the organizer can choose different event styles, event-wide dashboard, and much more. The multi-team event is where you can bring your entire organization, suppliers, partners, and customers together and develop deeper relationships.
BRING THEM ALL
From 10 teams to 1000+ teams in the same event.
OPEN UP YOUR ORGANIZATION
|Teams will be able to create an identity card and choose an avatar for the team. Team members' information such as Name, Title, Location, Time zone will be displayed for everyone to see.|
BUILD IT ON YOUR OWN TERMS
| 5 modes to choose from. Synchronous, Asynchronous, and Hybrid. In addition,
choose from different styles: Leaderboard, Tournament, and Competitions
GENERATE TRUE EXCITEMENT
|Single dashboard for the entire event. Comprehensive dashboard that displays every team score, team identity, and team performance
GLOBALLY DISTRIBUTED TEAMS
|200+ High-end NVIDIA gaming servers are deployed around the world. The platform will automatically allocate the server closer to your team for the best performance possible.|
YOUR EVENT YOUR TIMELINE
|No Rush. The event can span from days to a year.|
There are many excellent applications of the virtual castle escape. The sky is the limit!
Multiple Team Event Benefits
The Virtual Castle Escape Experience!
Multipe Views To Choose From
Player 1st Person View
Designed for players who directly participate in the game, by controlling the movements and actions of their avatar.
This is the default and most immersive player view where the view of the situation is through the eyes of the player's avatar.
Player 3rd Person View
Designed for people directly participating, but who may experience motion illness in 1st person view. The view of the situation is from behind the player's avatar (the female player with magenta shirt and her back to you).
The view can be switched back and forth with the 1st person view to get a more immersive experience when motion is not required.
Designed for players with difficulties using 1st and 3rd person views, which precludes their direct participation. In this overview of the situation, players can't interact with objects, but they can see the entire game, and communicate with other players, while helping the team navigate their way through the game.
This view has additional perspectives and advantages that other player views do not have. This way, these players can play a significant role in the success of the virtual team building session.
Designed for managers, leadership, and human resource management professionals monitoring the session, and others who do not need to interact in the session, or otherwise require a direct role in the virtual team building exercise.
This spectator view is an overview of the situation from above the players. Spectators can hear but not chat or talk to the team. Great for watching the session from a distance.
When we moved to remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic, my team was completely disoriented, and I could not finish anything on time. We had deadlines, and we needed to support the company to deploy M365 to the entire company. So we tried to do it ourselves, but the pressure and we struggled even more with time. I reached out to Dr. Faisal Shehab because I saw his profile and publications on LinkedIn. He suggested bringing the team together in a team-building exercise, so we tried LAB ESCAPE with him facilitating. It was a fantastic experience, and then he helped us to build an action plan for improvement. With the action plan and the personalized assessment report, We had a plan, and we were able to bring the team together and deliver M365 to the entire company in less than a month. We strongly recommend the virtual team building development program. Thank you, Dr. Shehab, for such a fantastic experience.
I am not technically savvy and my team is the same. As an HR manager, I was interested to try it as a potential HR tool. It looks promising, but I am used to traditional HR styles, so I decided to give it a try with my team before I introduce it to the company. The Virtual Lab Escape was not just a game, it was a true simulation experience. It was not like any team building exercise I did before. We used the facilitator option to check out the quality of the assessment report, it was detailed and served as a baseline for self-awareness and reflection. It is an impressive HR tool for virtual team building. I already recommended it to all managers in my company.
I was curious about the concept of virtual team-building exercises and decided to try it with my team. in my mind, it was just a game, but man I was wrong. It was very challenging, and I have never seen my team communicate and collaborate together like this before. It transformed my team from a group of individuals into a united team. I wrote this testimonial two weeks after we took the session, and I can still see the difference it made to my team. I am definitely doing this on a regular basis with my team.
The LAB ESCAPE is well crafter team building session. It was fun but challenging. I loved seeing how my struggling team come together so fast in just 90 minutes. We even asked our HR manager to observe the entire session as a spectator, which she did. She also loved the session recording feature, and she used it as a reference to discuss strategies improvement and follow-up. She recommended that we buy one of the Virtual Enablement Team Development Program Packages. Based on our score, we purchased the Accelerator package, and we were able to expense it as a team development and training solution.
Multi-Team Event & Option Pricing Packages
Every Session in a Virtual Castle Escape includes the Event Observation Option,
with a certified Facilitator, and an Event Observation Report
From 5 to 10 teams
From 11 to 25 teams
From 26 to 50 teams
from 51 to 100 teams
From 101 to 250 teams