Fever pitch Holidays

Corporate Team Building
Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore

Being one of the best Corporate Team Outing places in Bangalore Fever Pitch Holidays specializes in corporate team building.

Certified professional instructors of Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore have been consistently delivering quality services to all corporate team building requirements like Corporate Team Outing, Corporate Outbound learning, Corporate Team Bonding, Leadership skill development & instilling competitive spirits in a fresh outdoor environment by incorporating a sense of getaway from cubicles and other stress inducers of the city like pollution and traffic to help corporate companies increase productivity and create a healthy work environment.

Being aptly situated just an hour and half drive away from Bangalore, we are the best alternative to usual resorts. If you are looking for an offbeat location and a unique experience amidst serene and beautiful locations around Bangalore city, then we are here to serve.

Our Basecamp is located amidst jungle surrounding the Savandurga natural forest on the banks of river Arkavati near Manchanabele Dam (Commonly known as Manchinbele Dam).

We are the only campsite that provides an authentic camping experience with your team bonding and team building package. Being closer to Bangalore is an added bonus.

Team Building

We have wide open spaces for team building with the view of mountains, river and forests of Savandurga near Manchanabele Dam (Manchinbele Dam) that is exclusive at Fever Pitch Holidays, Bangalore.

Team Building

Our Instructors equipped with unique and fun team building games ensure that we cater and deliver all your needs of team outing and team building at our place. All the activities at Fever Pitch Basecamp are Fun activities designed to serve specific purposes.

Listed below are a few of the tens of Team Building activities that are on offer at Fever Pitch Basecamp, Bangalore.

A powerful exercise for learning how to work together, communicate and seek to improve performance in medium sized groups.

Directions:

  • Randomly lay out up to 30 numbered markers or spots in a set area. This forms the keypad.
  • Create a starting/finish point up to 10 yards beyond the set area- the group must assemble here-hence they do not have clear view of the keypad either before the first attempt or in between attempts.
  • The group must touch all the numbered spots as fast as they can. The team is given five attempts and must complete all attempts within a 30 minute window, whilst seeking to
    A.) Complete the task
    B.) If possible better their time.
  • The group is penalized when a number is touched out of order and if more than one person is inside the boundary of the set area. The penalty may be, for example, that the group must start the attempt again but the time keeps ticking for that attempt.
  • The team will eventually arrive at a variety of solutions including giving each member of the team a number (or several numbers) to step on in sequence as they run through the set area. After several attempts this ‘ordering’ will become more fluid.

Variations

  • Use this teambuilding exercise to highlight the value of continuous improvement.
  • Can be presented as a fun teambuilding initiative problem -There is a computer virus and the team must punch in the correct code or the entire data base will be lost!
  • Variation in briefing creates a greater sense of role play by shaping the story line:
    a computer virus has infected the entire network of the organization/ government and your team has been flown in to disinfect it.
    If more than one person enters the ‘restricted zone’ then they are ‘fried’…add as much detail as you wish to enhance the atmosphere and/or build pressure.
  • Depending on the group, alter the total time to 45 minutes and allow 5 minutes of separate planning time in between each attempt.

Processing Ideas

  • What was the initial reaction of the group?
  • How well did the group cope with this challenge?
  • What skills did it take to be successful as a group?
  • What creative solutions were suggested and how were they received?
  • Did everyone listen to each other’s ideas?
  • What would an outside observer have seen as the strengths and weaknesses of the group?
  • What roles did people play?
  • What did each group member learn about him/her self as an individual?
  • What key factor led to an improvement in time?
  • How motivated were participants to continually improve the time after initial success at the task?
  • Team Building Activity at Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore – Hula Hoop Pass

Hulla Hoop Pass is a fun way to instill bonding, collaboration and comradery amongst team members. It effectively breaks down barriers and develops a better understanding of the strengths and limitations of each team member.

Directions:

  • Have the team form a circle holding hands.
  • Ask two people to let go of their grip long enough for them to place their hands through a hula hoop before rejoining them.
  • The team task is to pass the hula hoop around the circle in a specified direction until it returns to the starting point.

Variations

  • Have the team complete the challenge without verbal communication.
  • Have the opposite team members distract the participating without any physical contact.

Processing Ideas

  • Was this activity easier or more difficult that you imagined?
  • Did this activity help each member recognize and understand their team mates and their strengths and limitations
  • How much effort did each member need in order to adapt to ensure the team wins?
  • Did it require a lot of teamwork and cooperation in order to complete this task?
  • How did it feel to be able to successfully complete the task as a team?
  • What did you have to do differently when there were two hula hoops?
  • Team Building Activity at Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore – Head and tail

Head and tail is a great way to illustrate the importance of competitiveness, zeal to perform better and clearly focus on the role assigned to ensure collective success of the team through stepping outside personal boundaries.

Directions

  • The activity involves passing a certain message (Head or tail) through each team member starting from the back of the line to the front.
  • All team members will be lined up one behind the other.
  • Limitations such as no verbal communication, no turning back and no sign language will be set.

Variations

  • One member from each team is randomly chosen to be the team leader. The team leader(s) will be free to move about. HeShe will ensure the message passes through each member.
  • Team members may be blindfolded.
  • A random object may be used as a message.
  • Obstacles may be added.

 

Processing Ideas

  • Will they listen, communicate and use team work principles successfully?
  • Did it improve non verbal communication skills?
  • Did it effectively convey the importance of each team member?
  • Did it Develop leadership skills?
  • Did the team understand the need to cooperate when out of their comfort zones?
  • How well did the group cope with this challenge?
  • What skills did it take to be successful as a group?
  • What creative solutions were suggested and how were they received?
  • Did everyone listen to each other’s ideas?
  • What would an outside observer have seen as the strengths and weaknesses of the group?
  • What roles did people play?
  • What did each group member learn about him/her self as an individual?
  • What key factor led to an improvement in time?
  • How motivated were participants to continually improve the time after initial success at the task?
  • Team Building Activity at Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore – Raft building

This activity being very versatile can turn from pure fun team activities to serious team development and leadership training depending on customization.

Directions

  • Use the provided props to build a raft and complete the “mission”.

Variations

  • One member from each team is randomly chosen to be “rescued”. The team will have to build a raft using provided materials. The raft must be used to “rescue” the team member on the other side of the water.
  • Raft building Race.
  • Raft Rowing race
  • Search and rescue.
  • Treasure hunt.
  • Survival or Load bearing challenge.

Processing Ideas

  • Rafting activities for practical problem solving and team work with a tangible conclusion
  • It is immediately evident if the raft is successful!
  • Raft building facilitated team building exercises provide clear feedback on the teamwork and strategies used by employees in order to survive a catastrophic situation.
  • Energizing team activities are incorporated in the process of building and ultimately paddling rafts through the water.
  • Team Building Activity at Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore – Blind snake

This fun activity is designed to improve trust and communication breaking down personal barriers such as ego, miscommunication and allow free flow of ideas and corrective actions while performing a task for the benefit of the team.

Directions

  • The whole team stands in one straight line or behind one another, only the last person can watch the object placed randomly on the ground.
  • Same message has to be passed through all the team mates without talking or opening the eyes.
  • The first person in the group retrieves the object.

Variations

  • Setting a time limit.
  • Adding Obstacles
  • Natural or artificial distractions.

Processing Ideas

  • Using their ingenuity, resourcefulness, verbal communication, logical thinking and observation skills, the team will come up various ideas to complete the challenge.
  • Did they effectively implement the idea agreed by the team?
  • Did it improve verbal and non verbal communication skills?
  • Did it break down barriers and bond a team?
  • Did it Build trust in the workplace?
  • Did it Develop leadership skills?
  • Did the team understand the need to cooperate when out of their comfort zones?
  • Did it help them realize the importance of the role assigned?
  • Did everyone perform to the best of their abilities?
  • How did the rest of the team cope with the challenges of varied abilities and skill level of its team members?
  • Team Building Activity at Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore – Blindfolded Tent Pitching

Blindfolded Tent Pitching is a great way to illustrate the importance of communication, collaboration and seeing a job through from inception to completion.

Directions

  • Following a briefing from our events coordinators, the group will be split into teams and provided with blindfolds and tents.
  • All team members but one will be blindfolded and they’ll have to put the tent up without instructions.
  • Blindfold tent pitching is a fun and illuminating team building activity that will break down barriers and bond a group quickly.

 

Variations

  • One member from each team is randomly chosen to be the team leader. The team leader(s) will not be blind folded. HeShe will direct the blindfolded tent builders.

 

Processing Ideas

  • Using their ingenuity, resourcefulness, verbal communication, logical thinking and observation skills, the team leader(s) will direct the blindfolded tent builders.
  • Will they listen, communicate and used team work principles to pitch the tent successfully?
  • Did it improve verbal and non verbal communication skills?
  • Did it break down barriers and bond a team?
  • Did it Build trust in the workplace?
  • Did it Develop leadership skills?
  • Did the team understand the need to cooperate when out of their comfort zones?
  • Team Building Activity at Fever Pitch Basecamp Bangalore – Pipeline

Pipeline is another team building activity designed to help the team members understand and implement creative thinking, toning up or toning down their skills to match up with the team.

Directions

  • You must roll the marble from the starting point of its journey, through the tubing, and into its final destination -the bucket, in the fastest time possible, without dropping it.

Variations

  • Each participant is an integral part of a business system that must perform their role and link with other participants too

Skills Required:

  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Continuous flow/lean thinking
  • Teamwork
  • Continuous improvement

These are just some of the activities performed at fever pitch Basecamp. We have a wide range of activities on offer and our intuitive and creative team of instructors always strive hard to ensure the activities are unique and most importantly fun to play.