LOST Team Building Taiwan

There is quite a lot of benefit about team building including effective communication, planning skills, team players motivation, and collaboration. Fun activities that help people see each other in a different light allow them to connect in a different setting. There LOST designed 6 different team building activities to suit all you need!

Why choose LOST Team Building ?

Since 2013, LOST Taiwan has been cooperating with multiple brands and institutions to hold corporate team training events in Taiwan. The LOST room escape game emphasizes elements of cooperation, communication and understanding for companies and teams of all sizes.

Escape Room is an interactive and fun team training activity that can be used for company or team training. In Taiwan, we have branches with different themes at Ximen Station, Zhongxiao Dunhua Station and Taipei Main Station, and each room can accommodate up to 6 to 7 players. Each venue can accommodate a total of 30 people. Our group training services in Taiwan are not limited to escape rooms, we also offer a variety of group packages to suit your needs.

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4 Reasons Why Escape Room is the Best Team Building Game

Team Building helps uncover individual and team strengths and weaknesses within a team. Effectively empowers each member of your team to discover their unique strengths and utilize them in a fun and safe environment. Team Building lets you spot gaps in your team's communication before they become problems, and lets leaders stand out among you. Escape rooms are perfect corporate team building activities because they get everyone on the team working towards a common goal.
Communication is key to any successful team. Whether you're finishing a Monday morning meeting with colleagues or helping prepare a large presentation, it's important to make sure everyone is on the same page. You don't want to duplicate someone else's work or spend a lot of time down a path that doesn't benefit your team. Escape rooms help you develop important communication skills in a high-intensity, low-stakes environment that doesn't impact your bottom line. Teams not only have to work together to find clues, but also figure out how they fit together in different puzzles. Just like in a work environment, communication is an excellent time saver in escape rooms, as players need to avoid wasting time by redoing puzzles or retrying strategies that other team members have not worked. Ultimately, an escape room is a great way to see how well your team communicates under pressure, and it also gives you the opportunity to develop those skills.
As a workplace team, the results of any project or competition are shared. Sometimes you win big contracts, sometimes your proposals get rejected. Win or lose, work together and face the consequences together. This lesson is valuable for team learning so that everyone will want to contribute to the team. In the immersive world of escape rooms, there will be challenges and pressures, the clock is ticking, and everyone is working towards the ultimate goal. Bottom line, escape together, or fail together - no one can succeed (or fail) alone.
One of the most important parts of team training is that it provides the team with the opportunity to quickly build trust. What you really need to be able to trust your teammates is the work they do for your projects or your day-to-day office environment. Can you trust them to be competent and helpful? Can you trust them to be persistent and collaborative? These are questions you can't answer with a drop in trust. But you can escape rooms, and after you escape a room with your team, you can trust that the members can successfully solve any project together because they work together so well and solve difficult problems that no one else can understand.

Why is team building so important?

Team training is one of the foundations of organizational development and can be applied to groups

  1. create common goals
  2. Build effective partnerships
  3. Reduce role ambiguity among team members
  4. Find solutions to team problems

Team training helps build trust in the workplace. Some of these activities are simple and effective and involve a lot of communication. The best team drills are those that spark enthusiasm among team members. Events allow people to open up and share their feelings and experiences with the group.

How to choose a team building activity?

Are you confused which team training activities to choose? To get the most out of your team training activities, you need to tailor your activities to suit your team. At LOST, we divide events by type to help you find the most suitable content.

A company has dozens or even hundreds of employees, and many employees may only deal with members of their own department. Through team training, employees can meet colleagues from other departments or get closer to the team. Teamwork makes each other more familiar. In the future, we will have more resources and automation technology to help employees deal with internal affairs of the company, and provide activities to enhance the efficiency of teamwork in the company. In addition to games, there are also workshops.

indoor team building activities

Indoor team training is very important. Many men and women in the office may not like the outdoors. If team training activities are held outdoors, they may be put off for various reasons, such as fear of heat, exhaustion, etc. LOST offers indoor team training in the form of games tailored to your needs. We can spice up team training, provide activities that make your team work together more effectively, and build rapport among employees.

Four Ways to Build a Great Team

establish goals

Establishing individual and team goals is very important. Team members participate in action planning to identify ways to define success and failure and achieve goals.

recognize your role

Improve team members' understanding of their own and others' respective roles and responsibilities.

solving problem

Teams face difficulties together and overcome them together.


Improve teamwork skills such as giving and receiving support, communicating and sharing. Teams with fewer interpersonal conflicts generally function more effectively than others.