Orienteering is a fun sport; you use a topographical map and a compass to locate a series of controls. The route taken between the controls is up to the teams of 2-3 people, requiring communication and teamwork. Orienteering is ideal for all group sizes.
Teams must work together and communicate to read the map and pick the best route between the controls. Once all teams are back, a facilitated discussion helps participants increase their knowledge of different leadership styles and decision-making processes.
Why Team Orienteering?
- The small groups give teams an excellent setting to practice communication skills like active listening
- Teams share a sense of achievement upon completion
- By working together in an intimate setting, participants gain confidence and trust in their new ability and skills, like using a compass or reading a topographical map
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