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Wheels Of Hope Challenge

In this incredible team-building challenge, teams equipped with tool kits and enthusiasm compete tooth and nail with each other — to build, you guessed it right: wheelchairs! Meanwhile, other teammates negotiate fun, innovative puzzles and challenges to earn enough 'points' to purchase other crucial parts needed to complete the wheelchairs. In an emotional finale, the wheelchairs are donated to old-age home representatives.

Business Impact

Ideally Suitable For

  • Entry-level Employees
  • First-time Managers
  • Individual Contributors
  • Middle Managers
  • Senior-level Managers

The delivery will be customised as per the needs of the learning cohort.

What you will learn in Wheels Of Hope Challenge

How is this activity available?

Instructor-led Training (ILT)

Instructor-led Training (ILT)

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  • fun challenges Duration: 60-90 minutes
  • 25+ fun challengesIdeal for: 10-40 participants at a time
  • Customization: Debrief can be customized

The programs helps

  • Foster a sense of purpose
  • Promote corporate ethos that extends beyond the office
  • Cultivate a collaborative and inclusive work environment
  • Enhance the overall employee experience
  • Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to making a difference
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For this activity, no setup is needed. An empty ballroom/conference room that can accommodate the said number of participants is all that is required. The building of wheelchairs is done without any furniture around. Usual seating for the conference can be as and how the client likes.

Yes, we break the team to smaller groups of 6-8 people to ensure everyone is engaged. Team members would need to switch roles and take up additional responsibilities during the course of the challenge. This keeps everyone engaged.

In all experiential activities, the teams participating don’t necessarily have to succeed for the learning outcomes to be achieved. Having said that, 80% of teams doing this activity succeed in varying degrees.

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    It's always a difficult task to energetically engage the senior leadership team in team building activities. As most of them have been to many such workshops in past and the first feeling is “Oh! Not again”. My compliments to Focus team on creating such fresh approach and innovative activities. This completely gives a new possibility to Executive Engagement and team building workshops.

    Amit Sharma
    Canara HSBC Life Vice President - Talent Management & Learning (HR)
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    The activities were truly fun. Particularly enjoyed the quirky challenges which made us get over our inhibitions like performances before colleagues or letting the fun side of our personalities show through photos we'd prefer to keep to ourselves. The time constraint and need for coordination amongst team members really fuelled our creativity both as individuals and as a team.

    Pravin Mahajan
    Shobiz Experiential Communications Pvt Ltd VP Strategic Business Unit
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    Thank you for giving us a unique opportunity to get to know each other and experience our team in a different set up and circumstances. Sometimes we forget just to hold on for a minute and see behind a colleague, a human being with emotions, sorrows, crazy hobbies and undiscovered talents. Thank you for giving us a three-days-break and perfect conditions to grow together as a team.

    Maria Carciumaru
    Natural Resource Management Programme | GIZ Junior Advisor