Great Escape rooms is the first escape room company which has won an Human Resource Award. At HR Community Awards 2015, Great Escape Rooms won the innovative idea award for the presentation on Team Building and Employee Selection Process for a method which is Great Escape team’s innovation as a result of Great Escape team HR background.
Great Escape, is the first escape room company to have won a Human Resource Award. At HR Community Awards 2015, the Great Escape won the innovative idea award for their presentation on Team Building and Employee Selection Process.
What is special about the Great Escape’s innovative team building practice?
- Both men and women can participate without gender disadvantages.
- No special abilities are needed, but the personality traits of each team member
- No special talent is required.
- No physical skills are required.
- The team has to collaborate towards finding the solution.
- There is low probability of team members coming into conflict.
- Teams may be easily monitored during the game.
- It is a simple and quick process with low cost.
Which are the benefits that derive from taking part in the Great Escape’s innovative team building practice.
- It enhances communication between team members.
- It propels the creation and improvement of team spirit.
- It assists the development of time management and sharing responsibilities skills.
- Through the process of the game, team members impulsively assume responsibilities according to their personal characteristics and traits.
- Natural responsibility distribution promotes a team’s coherence and collaboration, while minimizing stress and friction.
Great Escape’s innovative team building methods may be of great assistance to a group of employees working towards an important project.
Employee Selection Process
Great Escape rooms has also created an innovative employee selection process through escape rooms. The activity offers the recruiter the chance to observe key characteristics of perspective employees, such as team spirit, reasonable way of thinking, leadership capabilities, cooperation and observation potential and time management skills.
“You can learn more about the character of a person by playing with him for an hour, than having a discussion with him for over a year” Platon 427 b.C. – 347 b.C.