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Adventure Quest Team Building & Leadership Training. Dale Morris, Justin Morris, Rachel Murray. Adventure Quest: Team Building & Leadership Training. What we do How we do it How it benefits you. WHAT WE DO. Effective Communication Trust Leadership Cooperation Problem Solving Respect

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Adventure quest team building leadership training

Adventure QuestTeam Building & Leadership Training

Dale Morris, Justin Morris, Rachel Murray


Adventure quest team building leadership training1

Adventure Quest: Team Building & Leadership Training

  • What we do

  • How we do it

  • How it benefits you


What we do

WHAT WE DO

  • Effective Communication

  • Trust

  • Leadership

  • Cooperation

  • Problem Solving

  • Respect

  • Setting and Achieving Goals

  • Camaraderie

  • Support

  • Building Community

  • Integrity

  • Etc…


How we do it

HOW WE DO IT


How we do it1

HOW WE DO IT

  • Groups

    • 6-16 people per group

  • Space

    • At least 20x20ft area required per group

  • Time

    • Approximately 30-45 minutes per activity

    • Typical team building programs: 3-6 hours


How it benefits you

HOW IT BENEFITS YOU

  • Expected outcomes:

    • Participants understand how co-workers operate

    • Participants value a cohesive effort over individual efforts

    • Participants make extra efforts to communicate with co-workers

    • Participants understand the strengths and weaknesses of their group

      • Participants can set goals to improve their group weaknesses


How it benefits you1

HOW IT BENEFITS YOU

  • “We so enjoyed our program with Adventure Quest. It was a great way to break the ice and get people to work together to help each other accomplish goals.” – Quad Cities Botanical Gardens

  • “The activities really forced us to work together – some unexpected people stepped up to lead.” – John Deere Harvester Operations

  • “Since our team building program, I have found that team members are seeking each other out a lot more – our interactions are warmer.” – John Deere Harvester Operations

  • “[Our Adventure Quest program] was the subject of discussion for some time afterwards here. It helped bring our global team together in a way that allowed us to enjoy time together.”– John Deere Construction and Forestry


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