Team Building

Teams Come In All Sizes, Shapes and Levels of Cohesiveness.

We meet your teams where they are to bring them up a notch.

We’re not ‘fixing’ anything, but rather, helping the group move forward.

Sometimes that requires better or different communication, a global understanding of one another’s goals or intentions, or just getting to know each other on a more personal level.

We work closely with you to assess what is happening, or not happening to advance the team.  We then design an experience to draw out issues that could be hindering success.  

These events are engaging, experiential and fun.

They always result in action plans and new commitments.  

Team sessions are typically held off-site and may be in a classroom, park or at a horse ranch. When appropriate, we utilize assessment tools like 360 surveys, team assessments and DiSC.

Here are two examples of team sessions.

Horse Power Leadership

Since humans and horses are both herd animals, horses have a lot to teach us.

Like us, they experience hierarchies, jealousy, moods, friendships, conflict and love.

This powerful, experiential course takes us to the “wild west” (just north of Boulder) where we throw on the boots and work with horses to learn about communication and leadership. 

By observing, leading and working the horses, we explore such questions as…

  • What does it take to lead effectively?
  • How are leaders selected?
  • Which behaviors are most and least effective in leading?
  • How can I better deal with obstacles?
  • What do I need to know before being a great leader?

Ground work only. No horse experience required. Limit 10 people.

Custom Experiences

Experiential teambuilding provides an environment for people to observe objectively how they perform as a team. Whether they're running water lines to remote villages as shown in this photo, or deciding what to throw overboard in a sinking life boat, they practice skills like problem-solving, respectful debate and creative thinking.

In your customer experience, we match the activities as closely as we can to the work people do in their jobs every day. In group discussions, we bridge what they learned in the experience with real life. Often times, people find new ways to communicate and make new commitments to one another.

Experiential teambuilding