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“Don’t find fault, find a remedy.”- Henry Ford When we are in dire straits, we tend to think of the quick fix or band-aid for the situation. While applying the band-aid can “stop the bleeding”, does that remedy the situation? In today’s fast-paced/fix it now society, that band-aid may be [...]
“The more I help out, the more successful I become.” -Adam Grant, Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success In Adam Grant’s brilliant book, Give and Take, he defines Givers as “as preferring to give more than they get,” and demonstrates that they dominate the top of their area...across [...]
Why is experiential learning so effective? Forbes has the answers. 1. Learning by Doing: It’s the best way to improve. Inevitably, we learn by trying things, making mistakes, then doing better the next time. 2. Colleague Bonding and Collaboration: Teams learn how to work together. Communication lines that never existed before have [...]
Harvard Business Review examines what factors really develop good leaders (and it doesn’t happen through classroom curricula). Their research shows leadership skills transfer to the workplace when they're taught experientially. The key is to create experiences that build emotional circuits through trying and working through new problems so that when [...]
Harvard Business Review digs into the fundamentals behind successful teamwork: a compelling direction, a strong structure, and a supportive context. CBST simulates these pillars of collaboration through its team building challenges in outdoor and indoor settings. Explore our team building challenges here, and learn more about the pillars of teamwork.