Team Building in Plano, Texas
Plano plays the perfect host to team building activities and corporate trainings with its lovely climate, abundance of conference venues, and proximity to Dallas. Whatever your team building and training needs, we can help you find the right program and Plano venue.
Teams Raise Their Emotional Intelligence in Plano
Incorporating our Emotional Intelligence workshop into your next corporate event offers big rewards for your employees’ and your company’s performance. At a venue like the Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park, we’ll work with your team to build participants’ self-awareness and control over their own emotions. Team leaders find the results of our workshop in higher performing teams who are more than just smart — they’re people smart!
Before the workshop begins, an Emotional Intelligence assessment takes an honest look at employees’ predispositions and identifies areas needing improvement. Then we tailor the program to build their EQ muscles including exercises to enable them to practice the techniques. Participants build personal action plans to boost their EQ, and then leverage them to achieve more with greater self-awareness in a healthier, happier and more productive workplace.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Plano
During our Build a Bridge program, teams learn how effective communication relates to their daily lives while designing, planning, building, and troubleshooting construction of two halves of a bridge that must fit together. Continue focusing on communication skills by combining this activity with an Interpersonal Feedback workshop, an interactive training on giving and receiving effective feedback. Our portable programs work well at conference venues like the Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center or parks like those on the shores of Lake Lavon.
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