Team Building in Anchorage, Alaska
Set between the sparkling waters of Cook Inlet and the peaks of the Chugach Mountains, Anchorage offers larger-than-life experiences for your corporate team. Every year hundreds of folks gather on the streets of Anchorage to watch the start of the Iditarod dogsled race, a test of fate where the success of a well-organized team will determine the winner. Your team too can benefit from the adventures Alaska offers.
Interpersonal Feedback in Anchorage
Feedback from customers helps make sales; feedback from co-workers helps to complete projects; feedback from superiors and direct reports is essential to keep us on-track, focused and aware of what we’re doing well and what we need to improve, guiding us to modify behaviors.
Our Interpersonal Feedback workshop can take place at your offices whether you are part of the large State of Alaska workforce or work with the oil industry on the Alaska North Slope. Or we can bring our exercises and discussions to your meeting room in the culturally rich Town Square Park area. Skills are taught that create a positive environment, removing the barriers that impede feedback. Practice these techniques during enjoyable team problem-solving activities in advance of implementing them in the workplace.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Anchorage
Include our Team Performance Challenges in your meeting agenda as a way to allows teams to have a focused discussion connected to interactive team problems. Conference locations such as Alyeska Resort or the Anchorage Museum work well for these team activities. Or head out on our Breakthrough Trek from Beluga Point to focus on work issues while breathing fresh air and basking in the wonders of nature.
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