How Team Building Can Facilitate Your Company’s Merger

For any company, a merger can be an exciting but stressful time. It’s the point where

two office cultures and two teams foreign to each other, previously rivals, must now

work together. The group needs to learn to trust each other, communicate, and

realize that they are now working towards the same goal. A successful team-

building event can show just how much they have in common and how much they

need to depend on each other to aim for the best level of success.

Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides has worked with major international

corporations, small business, and veterans groups, to bring teams closer than they

ever imagined. We aim to bridge gaps in communication, design individual activities

which promote trust and understanding, and conduct an event which not only

builds leadership skills, but promotes a fun and lighthearted atmosphere which is

long remembered back at the office.

We never plan any two events the same way. When you call into our office, we target

the goals and needs of your organizations and assess the areas we need to focus on.

Once we have preliminary information, we hold a teleconference to discuss the

options that are best for your organization’s budget and needs. Using these

parameters, we design each event based on your specific goals. We are Colorado’s

only team building organization with permits to operate on 14 different land

manager permits. Our specialty is using skills learned in an outdoor environment

and applying them to building leadership and focused knowledge.

We can combine any number of activities including hikes, rock climbing, and bike

tours, using opportunities to challenge your team and have them work together

towards a goal. Learn why Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides Team Building

can take all the guesswork out of your company’s merger.

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