Client Story
Personalities make or break the team
Lanxess knew that learning how to understand and respect differences using the MBTI would make all the difference.

Team Building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Rivers, hills, and valleys come together in this Golden Triangle, providing a beautiful backdrop for your team to come together for exciting team building activities or corporate training. Pittsburgh has forged a new image as a center of medical and technical excellence that will inspire your team with its adaptation, innovation, and forward-thinking.

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Teams Discuss and Decide in Pittsburgh

It’s natural to want to play a part in defining the future of the company or to drive agreements for protocol. The best course, the right decision, affirmation of a strategy or unveiling a new one, problem-solving or identifying new opportunities – these are the immediate and direct results of people sharing ideas in our engaging and productive Active Forum workshop. The views of the Allegheny, Monongahela, and Ohio rivers from the windows of the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh downtown hotel inspire participants’ creativity and help get the ideas flowing.

The facilitator begins by working with the team to develop a theme, such as how to improve client communications or how to become a more effective team. This establishes a clearly defined focus without hindering free expression. Later team members volunteer to facilitate smaller, topical sessions with participants moving freely among these simultaneous sessions to listen, add opinions and cross-pollinate ideas. As this pragmatic but creative process continues, the group identifies the steps necessary to address the issues and opportunities. The entire group reconvenes to clarify, expand upon ideas and establish next steps.

More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Pittsburgh

The Fairmont Pittsburgh overlooks Pittsburgh’s rivers and some of the oldest steel bridges, perfect for our Build a Bridge program. In this team building activity, teams learn how effective communication relates to their daily lives while designing, planning, building, and troubleshooting construction of two halves of a bridge that must fit together. Consider combining this with a corporate training workshop like our Effective Meetings for Leaders to learn how to make future conferences even more effective, engaging and worth attending.

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Client Story
Personalities make or break the team
Lanxess knew that learning how to understand and respect differences using the MBTI would make all the difference.