Team Building in Providence, Rhode Island
What better setting for team building and corporate training than amidst the productivity and creativity of Providence, known as both the “Creative Capitol” and the “Beehive of Industry”. As one of the first cities established in the United States, Providence offers three and a half centuries of history in a lovely, accessible, and sophisticated city.
Teams Resolve Conflict in Providence
Give your team a big win as they spend a day or just a few hours during our Conflict Resolution workshop transforming conflict from an obstacle rife with competition and in-fighting to an amazing opportunity full of collaboration and innovation. At Providence event venues like the Omni Providence Hotel or Rhode Island Convention Center, our expert facilitators deliver an engaging workshop with a practical methodology. Through interactive exercises, team members explore three proven methods for analyzing conflict in real-life situations. Together, we practice and build your skills in managing strong emotions, listening and validating more effectively to defuse tension, and collaborative problem-solving. Teams come away from this workshop armed with tools to identify, assess, and manage conflict while turning their differences into strengths. Unleash the potential of your people and your organization with our Conflict Resolution workshop, and achieve innovative, integrative, and lasting solutions with an ever more cohesive team.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Providence
Situated on in the midst of rivers, bays and the Atlantic Ocean, Providence’s waterways have a long history of boating to inspire your team during our Build a Boat team building program. Design, build and race your own boats on the grounds of the Roger Williams Park or your hotel pool. Combine this with corporate training like our DISC workshop to build mutual respect through a deeper understanding of your and your teammates’ behaviors and how they can change in various work situations.« Back to Rhode Island