Complete with authentic classic visuals, sound effects and music – survey says – this is a fun, virtual team building activity! Complete with survey questions borrowed from the hit TV show, based on pop culture, general knowledge, sprinkle in a few custom corporate-centric questions and you've got the main ingredients for an entertaining and exhilarating corporate event.
Our on line version of the Feud, the popular long-running TV program – whereby individuals, or teams compete virtually, head to head trying to guess the most popular answers to various survey questions all at the same time...with a Teambonders twist!
The goal in Teambonders version of The Virtual Feud and any of our Virtual Classic Game Shows is to maximize participation. The emphasis is not put on individual members of the ‘family’ per se, rather the team works together in an online collaborative process to communicate an overall ‘group’ answer. It's team building, engaging, and good retro fun.
Everyone logs into the unique Teambonders Hosted Meeting online. The host will read out the survey to the participating family teams and then start the 60 second clock. Utilizing the meeting-based private chat function, we can engage dozens, hundreds or thousands of participants at the same time! This is definitely no spectator sport!
In between games, your Teambonders virtual host engage your group in some additional high-energy, cerebral challenges for the opportunity to earn extra points. Some options include: Scatterbrains and Stumper Bumpers.
The Feud Virtual Game Show activity fosters communication, collaboration and camaraderie. It's a popular choice for online corporate events, and virtual meetings. Can your team uncover the most popular answers and bank the points to win the game? Survey says.. Yes!
This comprehensive guide will take you through the process of designing a customized team building event. From the initial budget creation, key points to keep in mind and the logistics of what you will be doing - you'll get up to speed fast with pro advice from