Inspired by our concept of outdoor teamwork exercises, we have developed a indoor collaborative exercise on leadership in order to meet the expectations of our customers
Continuing to work in a group but in a different way is an opportunity to be grasped, essential, to prepare teams for new challenges while preserving the achievements and values of their company.
Releasing initiatives and renewing working methods are positive forces for a group.
Our exercise can be done face-to-face or remotely.
What is it about?
Welcome to Camelot, in the Middle Ages.
King Arthur decides to go to war, he leaves his kingdom to his wife Guenievre, Merlin the great wizard and Aymerich is captain of the guards. His enemies are getting close by. Many unforeseen events will change the course of his plans.
The medieval King hires your team as consultants to protect his kingdom, analyse the situation and characters and provide him with recommendations.
Within the next 3 hours, the kingdom survival is in your capable hands…
What are the means necessary for the good practice of the exercise?
A plenary room and breakout rooms are needed to visualize and animate the exercise resources.
A facilitator is required for each team.
An internet connection with Zoom software is required for each participant and facilitator.
Who is leading the exercise? The Camelot exercise is facilitated by 2 people from Gravitas Leadership, one for monitoring rules and time for each period of the exercise and the other for managing online multimedia
Is the program available in both French and English? The exercise and materials are available in both languages.
How long does it take to end the exercise? The average exercise time is about 3 hours, or half a day.
How many people should we plan for per team? The exercise is calibrated for 5 to 6 people. This makes it possible to facilitate exchanges, especially at a distance, and to personalize debriefings and feedback.
What are the resources for the exercise?
A PowerPoint presentation to introduce the structure of the exercise, the rules, the constraints and the mission.
A 10-page guide document to animate the exercise over a 3-hour timeline, reserved for facilitators.
A document presenting the profiles of the characters in the fable.
A document presenting the hidden stories of the characters in the fable.
Can we customize the exercise? Yes, the exercise was designed to meet the different expectations in coaching and in Executive Education.
What are the constraints of the exercise?
The exercise is not a role play.
The participants should only use the information given.
Each team must choose a Senior Manager.
It is a competition.
What is the mission of the teams? The teams must propose a project (Roles, responsibilities, actions and organization) to ensure the continuity of the kingdom of Camelot with the only information provided.
What happens at the end of the implementation phase?
The participants have to prepare their recommendations in order to present them to the other teams.
A selection jury composed of facilitators will establish a ranking of the teams according to the quality of the recommendations given.
What is the fees for this exercise?
The fees are tailored according to the number of participants and the location.
For example details of fees are given in the brochure to download.
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