Experience-Based Team Development
I have been working in the tech industry for over 25 years and seen all kinds of teambuilding workshops. My experiences with working with Scott and Anneliese, continue to be the most valuable investment I have ever made.
– Brandi Klassen
Healthy Team Dynamics
Is Our Priority
Helping teams and leaders grow through play and reflection is the centerpiece of our work. No boring lectures, no endless online tests, just hands-on learning coupled with insightful questions, and a generous helping of meaningful conversation. This, is our mission.
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From Our Clients
Our customers, and the word-of-mouth network they comprise, represent the core of our marketing. Chances are very good that you know somebody who has worked with us over the last 30+ years.
“The developmental workshops created and delivered by Scott and Anneliese has been instrumental in creating positive change across our entire company.”
“The revelations we’ve had regarding our communication skills has been stunning. Every employee looks forward to them and that’s saying something.”
“I cannot say enough to convey what amazing results this work has had, and continues to have, on our entire staff. It is playful, honest, and highly effective.”
The Authentic Be-ing 30 years ago I stumbled upon the field of kinesiology, then fell headfirst into the world of experience-based learning. The result, a lifetime of working in the field of experiential learning, also referred to as experience-based training and...
I read a lot while I think. While doing so, I find myself wanting to talk repeatedly about what teambuilding is, what experiential learning is, and how leaders can benefit from viewing both the philosophical and research findings that are relevant today. Sometimes I...
I want to share a communication from a project we did a while back. As we prepared to run a 2-day workshop for a team within a local technology company, I asked the leader to sit back with a cup of tea, and note pad, and a good pen - and write out a little story.....