Our dress up mystery has a group of people placed in a situation. One of them is secretly playing a murderer, and the other attendees must determine who among them is the culprit. The purpose of the game is simple: find the murderer. In a murder game, there are no dice, no cards, no pawns or game board. You actually find yourself right in the middle of a complex murder mystery plot, in which you could be the victim, the murderer or a suspect. You also wear basic theatre props to help you get into the mood
When you do a mystery with us, you walk into a room and will be addressed by a skilled facilitator who has been running mysteries for groups like yours for a decade now. You will be given a colourful, desi situation, such as a Bollywood film party or a hostage situation in which a Malkan Singh – Veerappan kind of dacoit has taken a group of happy holidaying tourists hostage.
To solve a mystery, you use the same skills you use at work…. Mysteries are problem solving tools. Observe and question. You gather information and organize it in a structured manner. Assess the value of information.
Negotiate with and relate to others.
Mystery games help our trainers observe the dynamics of teamwork in a relaxed and fun atmosphere, and
enable them to immediately reinforce the positive behaviors that you want to permeate your work culture.
Learning objectives to be derived from this format of dress-up mystery
Murder mysteries have existed for atleast half a century in Europe, especially in UK. Who hasn’t read Murder on the Orient Express, Agatha Christie’s famous novel set on a train in which a group of actors are playing out a murder mystery for travelers? A few companies, the world over, have used them effectively, over the past decade or so, in a corporate environment for training purposes. RMG Learning is the first company to attempt this in South East Asia.
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