Stu Robertson, managing director, Team Up Events, says 'it's becoming increasingly difficult to create new and unique products with a significant difference and on that basis we are incredibly proud of the work and effort that has gone into the design and development of the situation room
'The business-focused table-top game has been noticed overseas and is now being launched internationally through US-based Catalyst Global Network as an exclusive partner. Catalyst Global spokesman, Ryan Hornby, says meeting the requirements for a program to be distributed through its network is a rare and difficult achievement.
The product must have a unique format, proven benefits to clients, impeccable presentation and materials, every detail meticulously documented, been thoroughly tested, a proven sales history and the flair to engage participants. As part of the rollout, Stu Robertson, will accompany Catalyst Global at meetings of its partners in Europe, Asia and the Americas over the over the next three months.
‘Having personally participated in a Situation Room activity I am confident this is going to be a huge worldwide success,’ believes Hornby.
Situation Looking Good at Team Up Events
Team-building specialist, Team Up Events, has developed a time-pressed team game that challenges participants to think quickly, assess real-time information, and make the right call. The Situation Room – an illicit trade simulation scenario - puts teams to the test to learn from each other, identify strengths and weaknesses, and to assess situational leadership under pressure, says the developer.