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  Organizational Review
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  Competency Development
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  Meeting Facilitation
  Team Building Activities
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  360° Leadership Review
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Unique Team Development Workshop Options

When it comes to bringing your organization's team together to learn and grow there are some options that work for some groups and some that work for others. Having a choice other than a traditional team development workshop means you can choose the method that will work best for your team. At Rembisz and Associates we promote and facilitate team development through methods that take place at your workplace as well as outside the walls of your organization. Our team building exercises might include business simulations, meeting facilitation, and even coaching for team leaders. We want to offer more than the normal methods for bringing teams together because we know not every tried and true process works for every team. Allow us to assess the teams within your organization and help you determine which methods will be the most effective to building up your teams to the utmost of their abilities.

Get Out: Team Building Exercises

Sometimes bringing your team together means getting them out of the office. A change of scenery can do a lot for offering new perspectives and new experiences with team members. One of the effective team building exercises we offer includes an option centered around the sport of Orienteering. Working the mind and the body, this method allows teams to get out of the office and work together to find their way. It introduces challenges and decision making skills that can then be translated back to the day to day business that must be worked on together. Different from a traditional team development workshop, this option is available in a variety of locations and can be customized to suit the specific needs of your group. Provide the members of your team the opportunities to grow and learn together and the benefits will be reaped when they apply what they've learned outside to the work they do every day.

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