The AR Rush Challenge!

The AR Rush Challenge

The “AR Rush Challenge! is an exciting new corporate teambuilding programmes with teams working together to complete a series of challenges using cutting-edge AR technology. The programmes encourages teamwork, communication and problem-solving skills in a high-energy, competitive environment.

During the programmes, teams will be tasked with completing a series of challenges that require them to navigate through a pre-planned customized route using AR technology. The programmes encourages teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills in a competitive, high-energy environment.

Each team will be equipped with a tablet with AR capabilities that will allow them to see and interact with virtual objects in the real world. They will also have access to various other tools and resources, including maps, puzzles and clues to help them complete each challenge.


The AR Rush Challenge! is a thrilling and engaging teambuilding programmes perfect for companies looking to improve communication, collaboration and problem-solving skills among their employees. Its exciting blend of technology and competition will surely be a hit with teams of all ages and skill levels.

Learning Outcome:

  1. Improved Communication Skills: Teams must communicate effectively to complete the challenges successfully. This programmes can help participants develop better communication skills, including active listening, clear expression, and collaboration.


  2. Enhanced Problem-Solving Skills: The challenges in the programmes require participants to think creatively and critically to find solutions. Participants will learn to break down problems into smaller components and develop innovative solutions.


  3. Increased Adaptability: As the challenges occur in various locations, participants must quickly adapt to new environments and situations. This programmes can help develop a sense of adaptability and flexibility, which can be useful in various professional and personal situations.


  4. Better Teamwork and Collaboration: The programmes competitive nature requires participants to work together to achieve their goals. This programmes can help individuals understand the importance of teamwork and develop better collaboration skills.


  5. Fun and Engaging Learning Experience: The programmes uses AR technology to provide a unique and engaging learning experience that participants can enjoy. This programmes can help participants learn fun and excitingly, leading to a more positive attitude towards learning and personal development.

Environmental Impact Assessment

Environmental Impact Assessment

With an emphasis in today’s world on Sustainability, organisations worldwide are starting to look into their environmental footprint and sustainability practices. Our 50-item assessment covers social, environmental, economic, transportation, energy, waste and water sustainability, helping your organisation measure its performance against the triple bottom line. With this, an organisation can identify areas for improvement, measure progress, set sustainability goals, gain actionable insights and ultimately help you make informed decisions to demonstrate your commitment towards sustainability. Impress the stakeholders by enhancing your organisation’s social, environmental and economic impact. Join the movement today.


Learning Outcome:

  1. Enhanced understanding of the importance of sustainability in business operations
  2. Awareness of the key elements of sustainability, including social, environmental, and economic aspects
  3. Increased knowledge of sustainable practices and strategies that can be implemented in various aspects of the organisation, such as transportation, energy, waste, and water management
  4. Ability to assess corporate sustainability practices using a comprehensive questionnaire
  5. Understanding of the triple bottom line concept and its relevance to business sustainability
  6. Development of a sustainability action plan that addresses specific areas for improvement
  7. Increased collaboration and communication among employees and departments regarding sustainability initiatives
  8. Ability to identify and overcome potential roadblocks to sustainability implementation
  9. Improved commitment and motivation towards sustainability goals
  10. Understanding long-term benefits of sustainability, including cost savings, reputation enhancement, and positive social and environmental impact

The Monopoly Challenge for 3000 pax!

The Monopoly Challenge for 3000 pax!

FOCUS Adventure recently made waves by running the biggest Monopoly Challenge program, with almost 3000 participants joining in over one week. The Monopoly Challenge is a highly interactive and engaging team-building activity that combines the classic board game of Monopoly with physical challenges and strategy.

Participants are split into teams, each given the Monopoly App (Designed by FOCUS Adventure). The objective is for each team to collect as much property as possible by completing various challenges, ultimately becoming the wealthiest team at the end of the game.

The challenges test participants’ physical abilities, mental agility, and teamwork skills. For example, participants might be required to solve a puzzle or navigate an obstacle course before acquiring a particular property. The challenges are strategically located throughout the event venue, and teams must work together to determine the most efficient way to complete them.

FOCUS Adventure, a leading team-building and leadership development company based in Singapore, has been running The Monopoly Challenge for many years. The program has been a hit with participants because it combines Monopoly’s fun and excitement with the added physical activity challenge.

To make this year’s event a success, FOCUS Adventure had about 50 instructors each day, working tirelessly to ensure everything ran smoothly. The instructors were responsible for setting up the challenges, guiding the teams through the game, and ensuring everyone had a fun and safe experience.

The Monopoly Challenge is a unique team-building activity that requires participants to work together to achieve a common goal. It promotes communication, collaboration, and problem-solving skills essential for building strong and effective teams.

In today’s fast-paced and constantly changing business environment, it is more important than ever for companies to invest in team-building activities that help employees develop these crucial skills. The Monopoly Challenge is just one example of how companies can use creative and engaging activities to promote teamwork and leadership development.

Overall, FOCUS Adventure’s recent success with The Monopoly Challenge program is a testament to the company’s commitment to providing high-quality team-building experiences that are both fun and effective. With its combination of physical challenges and strategic gameplay, The Monopoly Challenge will remain popular among teams looking to build stronger relationships and improve their teamwork skills.

BOC 2023 


Out of the ashes of COVID-19, BOC 28 brought together an outstanding group of officers-to-be, to learn, reflect and demonstrate their leadership, execution and understanding of what it means to be an Officer at FOCUS Adventure.

The Basic Officer Course put our trainees into challenging situations of body, mind and spirit, pushing them to the brink and challenging them to find solutions where none are in sight. The beginning of a journey to explore and define oneself; the turning point to unlock one’s hidden potential, growth & development.

Throughout these 4 days of training, trainees demonstrated Leadership, Teamwork, Adaptability and Innovation, making calculated decisions to achieve favourable outcomes. Navigating through the rough seas, scaling the tallest heights and fighting back against the pressure on their spirit, our newly brooded officers who successfully completed the course also formed an unyielding bond with each other, a fire that burns eternal. Congratulations to our latest batch of officers from BOC 28!

“The programmes were exciting and were well explained. By giving a reason or meaning to each activity it really tied the whole programme together. Made me realise the importance of reflection and thinking of the hidden learning points in everything we do, even down to the simplest activity.

The exciting parts were definitely the kayaking and TCH. But it was also nice to see the different activities like the race around Sentosa and the Lego challenge.

Would highly recommend the course to others because it’s not only an exciting and memorable programme but it also allowed me to reflect on myself and learn more about why I think and do things a certain way.” ~~Banas KYLE

“Glad to be a part of BOC 28 and I’m happy I made the decision to attend it. The activities done together were interesting and thought-provoking. It has allowed me to gain various insights of myself and highlighted much of my weaknesses, flaws, rigid mentalities and provided me ways in which I can reflect and work on them

My most exciting/memorable moment was when I found peace in the panic eg. when I realised I could balance better when I looked up and took a breath

Nevertheless I definitely recommend this course to others! It opens minds and if they take the challenges with a learning heart, they will have great learning outcomes!” ~~ Regina HAN

“The programme was well thought out and each activity, from short to long, was designed to be meaningful or inspirational. I’ve learnt that restrictions are not limits as it’s all in the mind, and that notions or barriers can be broken.

The High Elements showed us that physique is not everything. Teamwork and relying on each other was the theme of the course, which was refreshing. The participants will also always be in safe hands despite the challenges.”~~Kylie CHIA

“BOC is definitely a life-changer for me, with every activity being a challenge, accompanied with life lessons that is relatable and applicable to my work life. Through this course, I also manage to forge bonds and fond memories with my course mates and grow together!

The most memorable part of the course is definitely the TCH whereby we put ourselves to test to overcome the obstacles as a team, and it is very interesting how our own personalities (based on the DISC personality test we had done previously) can stand out during the process, and how it sparked our team dynamics.

Highly recommend this course for people who seek to rediscover themselves as it works out for me”~~Lynn PANG

“The morning presentation on the organisational structure and culture is informative. It provided the background for the course, which is ultimately designed to prepare aspiring officers for promotion to the rank in the firm

I have a great impression of the “Lego Challenge”. I believe the activity accomplished its goal of reflecting on the challenges encountered in real-world office circumstances, it is a very good activity.

The “Design a 45mins activity” is refreshing as most of my experience is participating in an activity rather than planning. Surprise to get a “decent” activity out within the 1.5 hours but not without its challenges. However, I always feel we learn from the reflection of our experiences rather than through experience alone.

End of the day all the programmes in the course were well thought out and have enough elements to keep people engaged and excited. I would recommend to others the course.”~~Ken KOH

“Overall, it is Egg-cellent, Seems eons ago since I camped like a student in facilities with learning objectives beyond classroom walls, egg-citing to have been through thick & thin, high & low together, each debrief shed new light and discoveries about myself and people around me. Refreshing experience x sweet memories.

Most egg-citing part of BOC: TCH. The satisfying accomplishment as a group ascend is more rewarding than enjoying the scenery alone. TCH is a Confidence booster.

Much of a reflection x improvement driven kind of learning through series of indoor to outdoor tasks as team. Gained more insights about perspectives and applications in life & work. Empowered with DISC knowledge, communication among people is elevated to another level. Highly recommended.”~~Zeyro TAN

“This 4D3N has been an insightful and fruitful one. This course itself has been a self-realisation and self-discovery journey for me.

My favourite memory out of this course would be when we had to climb The Team CHALLENGE Hourglass as I was caught off guard when I had to finish the climb with an “extra” CHALLENGE. The experience climbing from then on was exhilarating and exciting. Loved it 10/10

This Basic Officer Course has truly opened up new horizons for me and made me capable of knowing better in a theoretical level of how to work better in a team and what is needed for another person with a certain behavioural preference. I would definitely recommend Basic Officer Course to all those who wants to set out on a journey of self-discovery and insightful knowledge to leadership.”~~Asri ASRUL

“Attending Basic Officer Course has sparked my fire once again as to why I decide to choose this career path. Basic Officer Course made me understand better the company’s methodology, values and systems. This course has also benefit in many ways I never expected.

In BOC, I went through DISC Profiling Tool, which allowed me to understand the character I portray during work. Hence, I managed to understand better as to the decisions I make, especially when I’m under pressure. Afterwards, the FAcilitators relate our character profile almost to every activity we went through.

Secondly, I managed to get very good insights on how many of the things we do through outdoor activity can relate back to workspace and offices and also to our everyday life. We managed to empathize and leverage on our strengths and weaknesses, which made us a better team throughout the course.

All in all, Basic Officer Course was very insightful and I would definitely recommend to many outdoor-like people out there!”~~Zulfadhli


JOHORSPEEDFEST 2022 was organised by the Johor Yacht and Recreation Club (JYRC) and fully supported by the FOCUS Adventure Group.

Asian Yachting Academy (AYA), SeaOPS and CAMP CHALLENGE were amongst the more than 30 entities that participated in the 3 Days Fiesta!

The SpeedFest showcase exciting activities like Seaplane, ATVs, Superbikes, Kayaking and Yachting.

The Sultan of Johor was the Guest of Honour to launch JOHORSPEEDFEST 2022.

Certified Master Facilitator®

Certified Master Facilitator®

Our FAcilitator, Sasi KUMAR, is now a Certified Master Facilitator®. The title Certified Master Facilitator® is a mark of excellence in facilitation. It distinguishes someone as having achieved the highest certification available in the industry.

The certification process assesses candidates against a rigorous set of competencies. These competencies were developed based on input from over 450 FAcilitators and clients. The result, a certification with the distinction of quality, integrity, talent and service, is one that FAcilitators can aspire to achieve and clients can have confidence in.

With this latest certification, Sasi is now able to deliver more Process FAcilitation programmes that do not just stop at the teambuilding session but go further with stakeholders to develop their teams or achieve effective meetings results using tools such as LSP – LEGO Serious Play, World Cafe, Open Space Technology and many other Process FAcilitation tools.

Find out more about the types of advanced programmes that can be offered here:
FOCUS Consulting 

Going Zero Waste for our Programmes

Going Zero Waste for our Programmes

Leaning on technological breakthroughs, we have proudly made some changes to the delivery of programmes to align with our sustainability vision. We have gone ZERO WASTE for two of our popular programmes; The Rollercoaster Challenge! and The Incredible Race Challenge!

For The Rollercoaster Challenge! instead of giving participants straws and balloon sticks, we have invested in rubber tubes that can do the same job but are reusable! This means that after each programme for The Rollercoaster Challenge!, we are able to reuse 100% of the materials!

For The Incredible Race Challenge! We used to print hard copies for our participants. But we have since moved to have participants’ using their mobile phones to access race content via the e-forms. This has made the activity efficient, interactive and participative for all members of the team! A “leaderboard” is also created electronically via the links where teams can view other teams’ performance in real-time!

Emergenetics Profiling

Emergenetics Profiling

Emergenetics is a tool used to achieve a profile of the person’s behavioural and thinking characteristics.

The theory behind Emergenetics is people are already born with thinking and behavioural traits. The environment and social surroundings then modify and alter these traits and behaviours. Essentially, a person has genetic traits that the environment affects.

The emergenetics test is a self-assessment questionnaire that maps the thinking and behavioural traits of an individual. This profile is broken down into seven emergenetics attributes; four thinking attributes and three behavioural attributes. When each attribute is given a colour, the Emergenetics profile becomes a palette of colours mixed together that paints a picture of one’s personality.

The Monopolised Challenge Competition!

The Monopolised Challenge Competition!

Game enough to compete with your fellow colleagues in this exciting tournament?

Recruit your teammates and get ready to go around Sentosa to “buy” as many properties (gain points) as possible!

At the end of each month, we will tabulate the team scores, the team with the highest scores will  take home the grand prize!

S$100/team, max of 5 members per team ($20/pax)

Any time, any date in the month! Just come together with your colleagues and participate!

Once you made the payment, you will receive a QR code to receive the app for the challenge!

We also have the corporate category where if you represent an organisation, we will compile the scores and announce the winning organisation for the month!

1st place – S$1000

2nd place – S$500

3rd place – S$300

Musings of the FAcilitator

Musings of the FAcilitator

Since the turn of 2022, we’ve tightened the sails and steadied the helm to cruise through a challenging but rewarding year, with organisations yearning to shake off the rust of COVID-19 times.

In the last 2 quarters, we have delivered 199 number of programmes for MNCs, SMEs, Government Agencies and Non-profit Organisations.

Reviewing the data and experiences, we observed four focus areas of teams who have walked through our doors in 2022:

Referencing Bruce Tuckman’s Team Development Model, there are five stages in a relationship – Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing and Adjourning. The model states that everyone will start from the Forming stage when there is a new relationship. From there, teams move progressively towards the Performing stage where they are then able to execute with synergy.

The Covid Babies

 The turbulent covid times threw the workforce into disarray with huge turnover, redefining of workplace roles, and murky confusion matching skills and productivity. New hires coming into the scene went straight into working from home and though they were comfortable, a good portion could still feel the jitters.

Many organisations saw themselves back to the Forming stage with these new members joining in, with the challenge being to claw their way out of the Forming stage and cruise into the Storming stage. The lack of physical interaction meant that teams were unable to have face-to-face conflict resolution opportunities.

This phenomenon has created two scenarios, 1) everyone stays at the Forming stage and remains ineffective as a team and 2) teams having a pseudo Norming false preset that they are all working together well.

The lack of physical interactions had eliminated the Storming stage and left teams stagnant.

The silver lining is that some leaders have recognised this phenomenon in the early stage and  they started creating small group gatherings virtually and/or physically. They created mentorship programmes for onboarding processes that allowed the new hires to feel welcomed and created a sense of belonging.

Since Apr 2022, we saw an influx in teams coming for physical teambuilding, it was evident that many organisations needed to break away from the Forming stage to become effective and efficient

To combat a lowered sense of belonging and purpose, organisations have started to return to physical teambuilding.

Being a teambuilding provider, our role is not to make the team members feel the sense of belonging or give them their purpose. We have customised and curated programmes to get teams to acknowledge what is lacking and formulate action plans. The outcome of the programme is for the teams to acknowledge the gaps and to have them derive their own action plans to move forward as a team.

Through the interventions, we have noticed that leaders have acknowledged this phenomenon and made arrangements for the individuals to have the sense of belonging to the Organisation, such as arranging team dinners, having team retreats and arranging for face to face sessions to build their purpose to align with that of the Organisation again.

The observation of the team moving back to the Forming stage, they are forgiving for mistakes and each other’s different perspectives.


Seniors are more patient and willing to help out the juniors. Interestingly some juniors could have been with the organisation for nearly three years now, and getting this excellent treatment makes the working atmosphere pleasing.

Yet, this forgiving nature could be temporary since everyone is still in the Forming stage. The actual test happens during a Storming stage when people become comfortable working with each other and start sharing their opinions and emotions.

One of the interventions we did in FOCUS Adventure was to quicken the process from Forming to Storming at least by the end of the programme to ensure that teams do not stay in the pseudo-norming stage where everyone thinks that they are performing well as a team, when in fact the lack of storm creates silent frustrations which might build, and explode with time.

Finally, we have seen how the new employee has been bold and willing to build bridges with the seniors. In the olden days, juniors would not take the step to take this action but silently followed instructions. This created the phenomenon of the “Monkey Experiment”, where sometimes people don’t know why they are doing what they are doing. But today’s new hires are well aware and came prepared with the “Why” question.

This “Why” question they asked is not to put down their seniors in the organisation but to build bridges, to understand the seniors and the organisation better.

Some teams welcome this movement as it gets everyone to move into a new dimension and start thinking differently. But there is also the team dominated by the seniors, who still have the older mentality of “listen to instructions first before giving ideas”.

Of course there is debate as there is no right or wrong, the answer depends on the situation that we are in. What matters is to see the other perspective and to remember that at the end of the day, to build bridges between individuals.


This year has been exciting, with teams back physically. The question now will then be, is this new phenomenon helpful and effective?