Team Building in New York
From the rolling hills of the Finger Lakes and the bald mountains in the Adirondacks to the vibrant New York City life, New York state is an ideal location for your next team building or corporate training event.
Facilitated Meetings in New York
We’ll transport you and your team to a setting that is free from hindering conventions as it delights and encourages unrestricted and honest conversation. Our meeting facilitators work with you to develop the meeting agenda, incorporating interactive challenges that energize and illuminate in a welcomed and needed change of pace. We find mountain lodges such as Full Moon Resort in Big Indian or upscale resorts such as the Mohonk Mountain House to be conducive to meetings where real work is done and relationships are built. Meeting facilitation keeps the process moving and on-point, deftly maintaining the balance between practical progression and an open opportunity for participants to freely contribute.
We’ll work with you to set the ground rules, and then keep the atmosphere positive and the meeting constructive, on-course and faithful to your agenda and needs. Our facilitator expertly resolves and diffuses conflict while ensuring respectful treatment of everyone’s ideas. Participants also benefit from short teaching exercises that are congruent with your objectives, such as decision-making, problem-solving, conflict resolution and meeting effectiveness.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in New York
Teams learn topographical map reading, compass reading and distance pacing to successfully navigate an orienteering course in Harriman State Park just a few miles from NYC or Ward Pound Ridge Reservation in the Hudson Valley wilderness. Or benefit from learning more about yourself by sharing feedback with your co-workers in 360 Degree Insights.
Some of our many other New York locations:
Solé East – Montauk, NY
Just a short walk from the beach, this resort located at the end of Long Island is the perfect place to relax with your team. The venue features numerous amenities and is a great site for all types of activities. Learn More
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