The energy drink company Red Bull has launched the interactive Red Bull Games – which aims to help workers to improve individual productivity and team connectivity.
Red Bull is aiming to inject some fun into the office and give workers wings after a challenging 2020.
Research by BrightHR with Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health, Manchester University, Sir Cary Cooper has found that playing leads to better problem-solving skills,
Red Bull is inviting workers to create a team, invite colleagues, and play one or all three Red Bull Office Games for a chance to claim their ‘wings’.
From there, the employees tap their way to the top of the leaderboard with their team’s help to be awarded Office Champion and win the ultimate experience for your workplace. The teams that are placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd, on each game will win:
- 1st prize – The ultimate Red Bull office party – an experience for your workplace including after work drinks and a Red Bull DJ at your office, plus some other surprises.
- 2nd prize – An inspirational talk for your team – A high-performance coach from the World of Red Bull will visit the office to give you tips to boost productivity, plus a Red Bull Cooler with a six month supply.
- 3rd Prize – Red Bull for the office – A Red Bull Cooler with three months’ supply to help keep everyone energised.
Redbull has found that with less time face-to-face in 2020, the opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and still be productive is key.
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