Team-building game that unlocks vulnerability & empathy while building communication skills, trust & morale!
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33% of employees say a lack of open, honest communication has the most negative impact on employee morale. ~ Accountemps
Team Building Events (although fun) DON'T ACTUALLY BUILD BETTER TEAMS
- Beating an Escape Room clock or winning Top Golf won't assist in better understanding your colleagues.
- Forced interactions, with lack of true connection through empathy and understanding, are...awkward
- Diversity & Inclusion initiatives focus on outward characteristics rather than true differences in everyone’s path traveled
KeepWOL products provide teams, remote and in person, the opportunity to build stronger bonds.
KeepWOL takes team-building to a whole new level. Remote work and a push to amplify Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion has highlighted the significant gaps in traditional team building activities: communication skills, understanding, and empathy. KeepWOL is the first team-building game empowering employees to be vulnerable and open, as they build trust and communication skills while playing a game.
Simply stated, we make meaningful conversation fun, competitive, and routine.
Pictured: KeepWOL Digital Game
Pictured: KeepWOL Physical Games
How to Play
The concept of the game is super simple! A player selects a card, reads, answers the question, and is then judged by their peers (using our unique flag cards) to receive points. Instead of being judged by your experiences, beliefs, and opinions, you instead earn points based on how open, honest, and vulnerable you are. The more juicy details you provide, the more points you receive!
96% of employees believe showing empathy is an important way to advance employee retention. ~ Forbes
Increased connection → boosts employee morale → drives productivity → positively affects your bottom line.
"This game is a game changer! I played this game with a group, men and women, whom I did not know very well. I knew most players by name. By the end of the night I felt I knew them all and wanted to be friends with them. It really brought out the best in all of us." ~ Anonymous
For a free consultation to book a facilitated KeepWOL event, book time on the Wondering Calendar.