Hells Bells oozes craftsmanship in its physical design (the ingenious event equipment), its intricacy of structure (how all the inherent activities interlink) and its ingenuity (how the philosophy and creative storyline holds it all together). On many, many occasions, the hardened cynic of teambuilding has left the event with a beaming smile, a handshake and a word of admiration with our Presenter, the “Master of the Scrolls”.
Your team will be put into individual teams for the briefing and inherently believe they are in competition. Typically within 15 minutes there is what we call the “lightbulb moment” where the group realise they have to collaborate: share resources and expertise, abandon silo thinking, foster leadership and gel as a powerful, single team.
How It Works
Hanging on a fictitious story of delightfulness, heroism and wickedness, the group have to unravel the logic and then weave together the results of the multitude of tasks in order to find the answer to a single question… “One what day, at what hour did the rescue happen?”
These tasks have been specifically designed to have broad appeal and include constructional, verbal, mathematical, musical, creative, practical, theoretical and problem solving skills, each of which contribute to the ultimate solution and a grand finale.
The finale is pure celebration as the story of Hells Bells is told in a theatrical manner and each of the unique mechanical models the group has assembled over the duration of the event, triggers the next to unfold a chain reaction that ingeniously depicts the same story.
The feeling of success and achievement is always phenomenal, as each and every member can recognise their significant input towards the end result. As team building activities go, Hells Bells invites, encourages and celebrates teamwork at its very best.
- It has been tried, tested and perfected over many 100s of outings.
• It is one of the top 3 activities in the Blue Hat portfolio
• It can engage between 10 and 400 people
• It has been translated into French
• It has been run in many European countries and even been flown out to New York!
Number of participants: 10 – 400
Indoors or outdoors: Indoors
Event locations: UK & Worldwide
Try Before You Buy
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