When it comes to Outdoor team training, does that sound familiar?
The saying “Wash me, but do not make me wet” does not apply to what you are looking for. You want that your participants learn together and evolve.
For you an individual concept is essential, with exercises that really reach your people!
You would like to gain an overview of all the different kinds of outdoor team training, but it is hard to pinpoint exactly because there is nowadays a fluid boundary between outdoor team training and incentive or survival training.
Your company’s purchasing department, or you as the person in charge of HR, simply refuse to approve bugets for “Games without Borders,” “Operational Extreme,” or “Games for Adults,” so you’re looking for serious educational work.
You are not looking for a teambuilding offer, which makes it easy to break up the gray seminar routine with an “outdoor exercise”.
Your managers should not be left with a minimum of equipment, somewhere in the jungle, with the order to fight through and find their won way back to civilization.
You do not want embarrassing reflection rounds with personal questions that have nothing to do with the agreed goals and only frighten or bore the participants.