Specialists in outdoor team building and development, we use our knowledge, experience and expertise to design powerful transformational programmes that accelerate the development of your leaders and their teams.
Many organisations are finding it increasingly difficult to justify taking time taking time out of the office for team and professional development that isn’t mandatory. With shrinking training budgets and increasing expectations on the return on investment, the business case is for experiential programmes is clear; you need team and leadership development programmes that have real impact, real business relevance, and create sustainable and long-lasting behavioural change.
Outdoor team building and leadership development isn’t about crawling around in the mud and running around obstacle courses. It is about the intelligent use of well designed exercises that accelerate the personal development process through well crafted experiential exercises. The experiential classroom allows for hands-on learning, creates powerful personal meaning and provides opportunity for the instant application of learning and produces immediate results and feedback.
Recent Clients include:
- Museum of London
- Spirax Sarco
- Cheltenham Borough Council
- Chivas Brothers
- Kent County Council
- Vanquis Bank
“We have found Developing Potential (UK) to be extremely accommodating and have worked in partnership to develop our Team Development Programme. Each event gives us an opportunity to make improvements to the content/delivery etc and Dan is always open to suggestions and supports with recommendations. Both team managers felt that their own individual objectives had been met after the event and that the feedback provided from Developing Potential (UK) was very useful in helping to identify that the team’s individual and shared aims had been achieved. Spread across the two groups the main consensus was that the activities were spot on and allowed the teams to work together through shared experiences. Dan was very helpful in asking and thus highlighting how the learning from the activities could be applied back in the work place. Thanks for a great evening and day!”
Museum of London