If your team is looking for an engaging, fun and very popular form of team building, you might try a custom designed InnerWork Ropes Course program.
- Since 1990, InnerWork has provided a variety of highly effective “low ropes” courses (on the ground); or “high ropes” courses (using climbing and the height factor to increase the challenge level).
Low Ropes Courses
InnerWork Low Ropes Courses are high energy indoor and outdoor physical activities that engage participants in a series of light to moderate team challenges that accelerate team performance factors like problem-solving, communication, trust, accountability, support, commitment, and much more.
- InnerWork’s Low Ropes Courses are portable team challenge events that can be set up almost anywhere, and can be tailored to your team’s specific learning outcomes. Your team can experience such Low Ropes favorites as Make it Happen, Don’t Drop the Ball, the Web, Peak Performance, Object Retrieval, Mission Impossible, and more.
- Your Low Ropes course can be custom designed to include additional learning components from our Building High Performance Teams program, or a deeper exploration for your team on the importance of self-change in our Developing the Leader Within program.
- Your Low Ropes Course program can also be enhanced with interactive facilitation methodologies like Break-Out Teams and other interactive facilitation methodologies to tie your team learning back to your workplace needs and issues.
High Ropes Courses
Our High Ropes Courses are outdoor experiential team building exercises that accelerate personal learning and team development. This shared group experience is novel, exciting, and very different from just another day at the office!
- Depending on the program location, these events can include high ropes course events the Leader’s Leap, the Wall, the High Y, the Burma Bridge, Wild Woozy, Zip Lines, and much more.
- InnerWork also designs and builds High Ropes courses on demand for special client leadership conferences in the US, and globally in such regions as Europe, Africa, Latin America, and Asia.