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Naoko Macdonald
naoko@connectcommunication.com
Tony Ngo
tony@connectcommunication.com
Hilda Alangui
hilda@connectcommunication.com
David Keattch
david@connectcommunication.com
Spring 2021

 

Museum Caper

 

 

 

In Connect Communication’s mystery-themed virtual experiential activity, Museum Caper, participants will work in teams as detectives to track down the culprits of three major robberies using the evidence left at the scene of each crime. By cross-referencing the clues they have received, they will eliminate suspects and identify the true criminal. After each crime is solved, teams will have an opportunity to identify best practices and ways to improve in order to solve the next one more effectively.  

Key Learnings:

• Provide timely feedback that will keep the team progressing to the goal
• Seek understanding to achieve the right result
• Improve accuracy and efficiency of communications
• Create overall clarity and prevent miscommunications 

Number of Participants              Duration                         

15 minimum                                  2.5 hours

WHO SHOULD ATTEND AND WHY?

Anyone.  This is about changing the way you value information,
peers and colleagues.  Change how you ‘compete’ and learn new approaches to
managing time, communication and resources.

 

In association with Eagle’s Flight™, Connect Communication’s partner, and leader in experiential learning worldwide

 

 

 

 


 

Don’t Come Home Without It!

 

 

 

In this eye-opening teambuilding activity, participants discover how to break down barriers and improve collaboration to not only deliver on their own expectations, but to also be considerate of the equally pressing needs of others. In the midst of all the fun, participants will learn about productive collaboration, communication and results focused teamwork. 

As families living in a close neighborhood, participants will rush to complete their last-minute grocery shopping before tomorrow’s big holiday. The challenge, however, is that everyone in the neighborhood seems to have left their shopping to the last minute. The demands of hungry relatives coming to visit, along with limited supplies in the store and some less than ideal neighborly relationships all create a potentially stressful situation where participants are told, “Don’t come home without it!”

Key Learnings:

• Move from a “me” to a “we” mentality
• Operate with more ease and efficiency by fostering an environment of trust
• Align personal efforts to ensure that individual, team, and organizational goals are achieved
• Employ collaboration and widespread communication to deliver exceptional internal and external service.

Number of Participants              Duration                         

15 minimum                                  3 hours

WHO SHOULD ATTEND AND WHY?

Anyone.  This is about changing the way you value information,
peers and colleagues.  Change how you ‘compete’ and learn new approaches to
managing time, communication and resources.

 

In association with Eagle’s Flight™, Connect Communication’s partner, and leader in experiential learning worldwide

 

 

 

 


 

Ride The Wind

 

 

 

One of the most important ways leaders can bring out the best in their team members is by learning how to be an effective coach. Leaders who understand the value of coaching take the time to understand their employees and to offer genuine, individualized support and feedback, leading to improved results and engagement.

In Eagle's Flight's virtual experience, Ride the Wind, participants are tasked with building the world's best amusement park. While engaged in this experiential learning sessions participants put into practice a coaching framework that lays out the steps to communicate in a way that encourages people to remain open to coaching and willing to act based on feedback. 

Key Learnings:

• Deliver feedback in a way that optimizes impact by applying a coaching framework
• Understand the importance of effective teamwork and team dynamics 
• Maximize the outcome without losing sight of the "non negotiables" 
• Deliver on all accountabilities 

Number of Participants              Duration                         

15 minimum                                  2 hours

WHO SHOULD ATTEND AND WHY?

Anyone.  This is about changing the way you value information,
peers and colleagues.  Change how you ‘compete’ and learn new approaches to
managing time, communication and resources.

 

In association with Eagle’s Flight™, Connect Communication’s partner, and leader in experiential learning worldwide