Our activities, events, and programs are highly effective tools for impacting your group’s leadership and teamwork skills.
During a TeamWorks! program, your team will develop a greater understanding and appreciation of their performance strengths and limitations. Issues of group norms, change, conflict management, decision making, risk taking, and planning can be addressed through our activity-based team building simulations.
Every program offered by TeamWorks! has some component of interactivity because, while we all learn differently, all of us learn best by doing. As the national leader in experiential, hands-on learning, Keuka College’s expertise is in transferring experience into knowledge that can almost immediately be applied in the workplace.
Active participation in our programs require individuals to use a variety of intelligences, such as: linguistic, physical, interpersonal, intrapersonal.
As part of the experiential learning process, once activities are completed, participants are asked to look at the experience and examine their roles within it.
This reflection period fosters and strengthens trust, and creates an ideal environment for groups with diverse behavioral and learning styles.
In our programs, the element of adventure is integrated to further remove participants from their comfort zones, thereby enabling them to take risks both physically and emotionally, but in a safe and controlled environment. The heightened responses when people are engaged in this manner create an optimal and expedited state of learning.
The use of programs like TeamWorks! by businesses have repeatedly shown to have a tremendous impact in many ways including, but not limited to:
Booking six months to a year in advance is preferred and locks in current pricing structures.
We also offer additional opportunities to receive discounts for your group, including:
If you’re interested in booking a program with TeamWorks!, please fill out our request for information. If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Molly McGuigan (315-279-5240).