Make extraordinary happen with a Breakthrough Trek
Every organization lusts for that truly game-changing moment. The advancement or discovery that redefines what’s possible. These are the all too few red letter dates we circle on the calendar for their significance, their impact and their rarity. We celebrate their success while wistfully wondering how we could make them happen, and tap the explosive brainstorming that transforms just another meeting into a truly effective meeting.
We’ll help you break through on a trek you won’t soon forget.
We’ll transport you and your team to a setting that is free from inhibiting conventions as it delights and encourages unfettered creative thinking. Amazing things happen with a break from the ordinary—we’ve seen it with hundreds of clients. Free of daily distractions and stress, brainstorming is unleashed naturally in the best ways and for the right reasons. Sometimes it’s the approach, other times it’s the venue, and often it’s a combination of both. Breakthrough Treks may be physically challenging or a pedestrian hike without a cubicle in sight or a wireless device with service. It’s up to you because it’s all about you.
In pairs and small groups we guide focused discussion centering on pre-determined topics, switching partners, moving on to new topics and reconvening as a group to take stock and reflect. Ideas are born and shared, captured and prioritized for more in-depth discussion at a later time. Away from the office, teams are strengthened and become far more cohesive.
- Establish stronger relationships with a unique shared experience.
- Build trust, share ideas and spur creativity to tackle the toughest issues.
- Implement new ideas embraced by a committed, reinvigorated team.
- Accomplish what simply can’t happen in a conference room.
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