Four people blindfolded participating in Blind Maze initiative

Blind Maze

Team-based problem-solving exercise for small groups.

  • Promotes collaboration
  • Focus on effective communication
  • Multiple metaphors

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Comments (2)

  1. Tara Martin

    I did this with a group of 12-15 year olds inside a large, open room using chairs instead of trees. We had two groups going at the same time. They switched up leaders every so often. They went through it twice. They first time blind. The second time the leader could see. The discussion after was great. We talked about vision in terms of life and goals, leadership, mentoring, obstacles, etc.

    • Mark Collard

      Great adaptation for the indoors Tara, well done. I also like what you did to sequence the challenge.

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