Outdoor training exercises: More fresh air than hot air

Harrison, David
April 1995
People Management;4/6/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p51
Focuses on the benefits of outdoor development course training. Use of outdoors to facilitate and teach a process for bringing about radical change; Forward questions which need to be asked when considering whether or not to choose the outdoors as a tool for development; Principles which can mitigate the risks of outdoor events.


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