Lifestyle Challenge

In the 90’s, Shell Exploration committed to enter three teams each year into the international corporate challenge event “Challengers Trophy”.  A programme of three internal challenge heats, The Lifestyle Challenge, were created and the winning team of each of these would go forward to represent Shell Exploration at the Challengers Trophy.  Barkers PR were commissioned to oversee the project and Maximillion were subcontracted to provide the challenges.

Event Details

Group Size:
100+
Venue:
Cairngorms
Time:
48h+
Price Guide:
£
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Lifestyle Challenge

Maximillion provided the challenges for a programme of three internal challenge heats.

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Challenge Summary

Teams were dropped at different check points throughout the Glenmore Forrest and wider area.  Using a combination of biking and cycling, teams would navigate to a series of check points. At each check point a problem solving task had to be completed within time a rule constraints.  Teams accumulated points throughout the two day event with a leader board keeping track of progress.  The two day event was physically, mentally and emotionally challenging aiming to not just select the best team for Challengers Trophy but provide training and preparation for it.  The event was therefore to emulate and simulate the essence of Challengers Trophy.

Key Features

  • Two day residential challenge event
  • Problem solving challenges
  • Navigational legs by bike and hike

Who was it for

Employees of Shell Exploration who aspired to enter The Challengers Trophy.  The Lifestyle Challenge ran for four years from different locations throughout Scotland including Glenmore Lodge, Abernethy Trust, Loch Eil Outward Bound Trust and Roxburgh Estates.

What they said

“Many thanks for your assistance with the Lifestyle Challenge heat at Abernethy. Tom, Hugh and the command task supervisors did a superb job as usual.”