Team Building in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Infuse your next team building and corporate training with the creativity of Tulsa, Oklahoma’s cultural and artistic center. Walk and talk with your group during a stroll through the largest array of art deco architecture or through world-renowned art museums. Located in the midst of “Green Country”, visitors and Tulsans alike also enjoy its lush parks and beautiful Ozark Mountains.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® benefits Tulsa teams
Through deeper understanding of ourselves, we can better appreciate and bridge our differences while unlocking our innate synergies and potential. No matter what type of team you work with, from aerospace engineers to financial experts, you’ll experience the immediate impact of our MBTI® 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 your team as a whole. 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 resort or hotel like the Post Oak Lodge and Retreat, 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 Tulsa
From the many arches of the 21st Street Bridge to the convention center’s sky bridge, Tulsa offers plenty of inspiration for our Build a Bridge program. In this team building activity, groups design, plan, build, and troubleshoot construction of two halves of a bridge that must fit together. Combine this communication challenge with our Communication Skills workshop at venue like the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tulsa Downtown, for more in-depth professional development of your team’s speaking and listening skills.
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