Puttin PantryTM  Out High Performance “Drivers”

Puttin-Pantry-Team-Building-LogoSome teams just don’t seem to like working together.

This interactive team building workshop helps teams develop cohesiveness as they learn to overcome challenges. They work together while performing several activities designed to demonstrate the necessity of a strong team.

Your team will see the importance of working together to build a fun and challenging mini golf course using food and pantry items that will be donated to a food bank, women and children’s shelter, Ronald McDonald House Charities, or a charity of your choice.

Many corporate initiatives assume that people will begin to shift their behaviors once directives have been put into place. People who work together on cross-functional teams will start collaborating because the lines on the chart show they are supposed to do so. Managers will become clear communicators because they have a mandate to do so.

Change the World by Doing Good

Human beings respond to calls to action that engage their hearts as well as their minds, making them feel as if they’re part of something consequential. In Puttin PantryTM  your team will gain practice in:

  • Measuring their success before moving on, assessing and adapting
  • Realizing we are what we see in each other
  • Understanding how feedback from one activity can improve the next

It’s not that simple. It’s not that easy.

It is important for teams to take time to find out what is working and what is not, and to adjust their next steps accordingly – whether on the golf course or in the boardroom. Our proven methods in the Puttin Pantry workshop are the perfect hole-in-one!

Past Clients

My team was amazed at the practical information provided in your Campfire Leadership workshop – things they can use professionally and personally.

C.J. Medtonic

The most valuable part of the workshop was that the managers learned the different communication styles of their colleagues. You could see light bulbs going off throughout the day as people realized why interactions with their peers occurred the way they did.

C.B. Allstate

The facilitator was able to keep things moving and with such a large group he was able to keep them engaged!

D.K. FedEx

Yesterday was magical! It was also productive, fun, educational and interesting. You have a true talent with people; breaking down their initial discomfort and hesitation, and bringing them out of their inhibitions with laughter and excitement.

D.W.Kaiser Permanente