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Adventure Training Tailored for Your Team

Our adventure training is tailored to meet the needs and objectives of your workplace or organization. Training options include:

  • Three-hour
  • All-day
  • Multi-day

Speaking engagements are also available for varied settings, including:

  • Seminars
  • Lunch and learn events
  • Inservices
  • Team or organization meetings

Call us to discuss how our flexible approach can meet the needs of your group.

Solve It!

Real workplace and workforce problems exist. So do real solutions. Our training programs address your workplace issues and objectives, including:

  • Setting and achieving goals
  • Improving communication
  • Resolving conflicts
  • Encouraging leadership
  • Adapting to new policies or procedures
  • Fostering creativity
  • Building trust
  • Solving problems
  • Finding “fun” in work
  • Addressing specialized issues for your workforce

You Can Do It

Whether your group spends its days behind a desk or on the move, we can develop challenges that meet your needs. We recognize that physical skills may vary within a group; please let us know if we should adapt training to address special needs. We encourage every group to come to the challenge course or classroom prepared to move.

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Sharing resources to accomplish a common goal

Teamwork at General Communications, Madison, WI

Written by Tony Toto

We were asked to work with a group of employees as a means to enhance the skills needed to increase planning, problem solving, creative thinking, trust-building and communication inside their organization. The participants were divided into three teams that would rotate between three challenge stations. Each team had to work together to solve each initiative in the time allowed by:

  • Being open to everyone’s ideas and suggestions during the planning stage and coming to a consensus thus moving the group into action to start the task.
  • Supporting each team member during the working stage including dealing with and working through: frustrations that would surface – potential conflicts among ideas and suggestions – adapting to new ideas along the way – deal with potential distractions and manage different personalities.
  • Staying focused on the task at hand until completion regardless of what is happening in the environment around them.  

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Teamwork is required to build this crate stack

General Communications, Madison, WI.

“One of the great attributes of Incorporating the Invisible is Jeff’s ability to customize the program to meet our needs, whether it be here at our location or at an offsite location. We have various departments and divisions within our organization. I tell Jeff who he will be working with and what I’m looking to accomplish and he creates a program to meet our needs. The participants are able to learn about risk taking, problem solving, collaborative efforts and more through the interactive activities that are provided.”
Fritz Hollenbach Fritz Hollenbach,
Vice President of Learning
Packard Learning Center,
Regal Beloit Corporation,
Beloit, WI













General Communications, Madison, WI. 

Upon completion of the task, team members reflected upon what they experienced.


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