RC / LRC

YATES LEADERSHIP CHALLENGE COURSES OUTCOMES

Outdoor experiential programs, including NMMI's Ropes Course and LRC, can be designed to meet a number of educational, developmental, and recreational goals. They promote positive personal and societal outcomes and alleviate negative outcomes--especially for youth.

Programs using low ropes course elements or group initiatives are most often designed to explore group interaction, problem-solving, and leadership.

High ropes course and climbing programs generally focus on personal achievements and ask participants to confront their personal fears and anxieties. Challenges may be physical and/or emotional. In such cases, outcomes often include exploring the fundamentals of trust, personal and group commitment, and coaching.

Some of the commonly claimed outcomes include enhancement of:

 

  • Cooperation
  • Decision Making
  • Self confidence
  • Positive Risk Taking
  • Cohesion
  • Trust
  • Self esteem
  • Leadership
  • Goal setting
  • Teamwork

 


Also see our Testimonies Page

 


 
Choose the Leadership Reaction Course (LRC) to...
  • Clarify roles and responsibilities

  • Learn task, time, material, and personal management

  • Employ and master multiple ways of communicating, delegating, and assessing goals, tasks, timelines, and achievement

  • Develop or enhance skills in planning, problems solving, conflict resolution and abilities to inspire greater camaraderie.

  • Strengthen company-client relationships.

  • Develop or increase group cohesion and “can do” morale.

LRC


Choose the Ropes Course to...
Ropes
  • Build interdependence and risk taking skills.

  • Inspire new ways of thinking.

  • Develop or enhance confidence and trust levels.

  • Create a reference point for improving communications.

  • Develop, select and/or improve individual and team multi-dimensional communication skills.

  • Employ and master multiple ways of communicating, delegating, and assessing goals, tasks, timelines, and achievement

  • Strengthen company-client relationships.

  • Develop or increase group cohesion and "can do" morale.

 

Other Leadership Resources Available

 The Daniels Leadership Center (DLC), use it to:

  • Pull new project teams together to practice problem solving in a group setting.
  • A fun and energizing kickoff for an annual retreat to celebrate success.
  • Have a multi-day meeting and integrate the Ropes Course or LRC to break up the day!