Getting outdoors is a great way to break the normal routine and see things from a new perspective. Leadership Path takes your group on an insightful and interactive hike with thoughtful team challenges and conversations. We begin with the Teamwork Compass,® a powerful tool that helps participants understand the four foundational elements of a successful team. The team reflects back on this model as they discuss their observations as they make their way through each challenge. This program is not an obstacle course. Participants will be able to talk comfortably as they travel. The destination is a greater understanding of leadership and personal action plans.
Results / Skills / Analytics
Vision / Strategies / Concepts
Systems / Tools / Practice
Culture / Support / Discussions
Agenda & Activities
Welcome & Warm-Ups (10-15 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome participants and set expectations and ground rules for the day’s events. We then lead some fun warm-up activities that break the ice, get the group physically and emotionally involved, and split them into smaller teams for the event if needed.
The Teamwork Compass® (15-20 minutes) We lead a short, interactive conversation about the key ingredients of teamwork, how different team members have a stronger affinity for some of those ingredients, and how to bring them all together to be an unstoppable team. We then use this metaphor throughout the program to help the team become familiar with this powerful tool and create a culture of success.
The Trek (60-120 minutes) Groups tackle a series of hands -on teamwork activities which require brainstorming, collaboration, planning, and creative problem-solving. After each challenge, participants reflect on the activity in pairs as the group walks to the next location.” Activities done by each group are selected by our expert facilitators to fit your group.
- The Maze Using only their wits, their memories, and the support of their team, the team must find their way through an unmarked maze. But the challenge is not what they think it is, and the eye-opening lessons are often very powerful.
Warp Speed In this activity, participants must transport a series of objects around the group in a specific order, with no mistakes, while being timed. Then they try to reduce their time. This brings to light the changes in thinking needed to improve efficiency. The team discusses brainstorming, collaboration, process improvement, and goals, as well as how to apply these lessons on the team.
- Zoom In this challenge, every team member is given an image from a sequence. Without showing their image to anyone else, the team must discuss the various pieces of information they have, gain clarity on what the big picture is, and then align themselves in such a way that the final product is consistent. A fantastic conversation game about communication and clarity.
- Sherpa Walk This trust-building activity (with NO blind- folds) has the team take responsibility for each other in a new way and discover what it takes to earn and give trust. The team’s current level of trust is brought to light and improved.
Closing Debrief & Wrap-up Activity (5-15 minutes) The group comes together to acknowledge the day’s accomplishments and incorporate lessons into real life. We wrap up with a meaningful closing activity and team picture.