Team Building in New Hampshire
Participants in corporate training and team building in New Hampshire can take inspiration from New England’s highest peaks as you strive to reach new personal and collective heights. Teams can bond and relax while wandering New Hampshire’s beautiful beaches, mountains, and historic cities.
MBTI® benefits New Hampshire teams
By achieving greater understanding of ourselves, we can better appreciate and bridge our differences while unlocking our innate synergies and potential. Whether your team consists of leaders at a manufacturing company or staff and faculty at a local university, you’ll experience the immediate impact of our Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® workshop on your team dynamic. After completing an online assessment, our expert facilitators will lead participants through our engaging workshop designed to leverage personal differences and strengthen the whole team. As team members gain more effective vocabulary and fresh strategies for working together, you’ll see instant results with increased cooperation, buy-in, trust and teamwork. Whether you’re meeting at your local offices or at a conference venue like the Red Jacket Mountain View Resort, you’ll appreciate our unique blend of discussion and real-work applications of this time-tested instrument.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in New Hampshire
New Hampshire parks like New Castle’s Great Island Common provide the perfect location for our Jumpstart team building activity, an abbreviated version of our Pursuit program. In this action-packed competition, everyone on your team must collaborate and problem-solve as they complete a series of mental and physical exercises and contests. Take your lessons learned from this activity out on the trail and discuss sensitive work topics or brainstorm with our Breakthrough Trek as you walk and talk on the way to Zealand Falls on Twin Mountain.
Some of our many other New Hampshire locations:
- New Castle
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