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Adventura Announces Venue Partners for Corporate Team-Building Workshops

WOODINVILLE, Washington — Adventura, an aerial adventure park in Woodinville, Washington, that offers experience-based training and development programs for corporate clients, has announced venue partners for its corporate team-building workshops.

Adventura has partnered with the following Woodinville-area venues to provide corporate clients a variety of options to host corporate team-building events and programs: Chateau Ste Michelle, Novelty Hill Januik, JM Cellars, Willows Lodge, J. Bookwalter, DeLille Chateau, 21 Acres and Sumerian Brewing Co.

Teamplay, Adventura’s corporate team-building program, is designed to influence the way people feel and think through experiential entertainment. Teamplay presents a short sequence of fun yet challenging games and initiatives to a group to enhance self-awareness and relationship development. The social foundation created during these activities encourages people to interact, be creative, and solve problems and laugh together while learning about one another. The experience fosters camaraderie and connectivity and feeds the development of stronger peer relationships.

Teamplay programs can be designed to reflect corporate work and meeting agendas, or as a kick-off event or a way to inject laughter and energy to help set a positive tone for a meeting, conference or retreat.

“We are pleased to partner with Adventura,” said Kati Hill of Chateau Ste. Michelle. “We feel they are an excellent resource for our corporate clientele as they plan team events. Through this partnership, our sales team can coordinate programs with Adventura to offer corporate clients a truly unique experience at our winery.”

Adventura offers a variety of experience-based training and development programs that are tailored to meet the client’s goals and objectives. Adventura’s programs provide team members with a facilitated experience where collaboration, creative thinking, reflection and dialogue are paired with activities that simulate pressure on the team dynamic so members can gain insight into the maintenance of healthy team dynamics.

“The lines between business meetings, recreational entertainment and team building have blurred greatly over the last 20 years,” said Scott Chreist, founder and director of Adventura Consulting. “Off-site meetings tend to focus on the business component in the morning, followed by lunch, and entertainment in the afternoon or evening. While most believe work should come before play, this sequence is not the most effective strategy in ensuring peak team dynamics and performance. Professional team-building should be one of the highest priorities of any organization interested in fostering healthy internal dynamics.”