Team Building in Maryland
With picturesque valleys and seaside towns, Maryland is the premier destination for your Mid-Atlantic retreat. Let the historic charm of Fredrick and Harpers Ferry take you back in time or indulge your team in the rich culture of Camden Yards in Baltimore.
Team Sailing in Maryland
Building a team that can adapt and succeed in an ever-changing environment ensures your organization’s longevity. During Team Sailing.
We reference this analogy—testing the winds, using its power when you can, tacking when you can’t, and getting the whole team safely back to harbor. The coastal waters of the Chesapeake Bay invite the seafarer in all of us to come on-board.
You will have the opportunity to practice different areas of responsibility: at the helm, manning a winch or handling a line. Then coach your peers on your newly-acquired skills through friendly competition, share risk-taking (and mistake-handling) and increase trust. As you cruise along the calm waters of the Inner Harbor of Baltimore or enjoy the coastal breezes of Annapolis, our Team Sailing program provides a unique opportunity to practice teamwork and take part in an adventure to remember.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Maryland
Enhance your retreat with the addition of Pursuit, a multi-tasking and “friendly competition” that has successfully involved teams from Rockville to Gaithersburg. Moving through self-directed challenges, small teams use strategic planning skills while taking on a series of problem-solving activities. If your meeting involves delving into real work issues, then consider our Active Forum workshop; this method of idea-generation integrates well into your meetings at conference centers in metro areas such as Wilmington.
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