Management & HR

Outdoor Management Development Programs

Outdoor management development programs are very extensively used by most of the developed & developing corporate houses for training their work force.

The program runs on Experiential learning methodology. The idea is very simple, the participants go through a designed intervention (an activity) & then sit back to discuss as to what it meant to them & how does it relate to working back at the work place. In this process the participants discover a lot about themselves & the effect of their behaviors on their team members. The facilitators help the participants in this process of self discovery. Self exploration is key to Leadership & Team building processes.


  • Building Effective Teams
  • Enhancing Leadership
  • Fostering Personal Awareness
  • Induction of Trainees
  • Managing Change
  • Creating & Communicating Vision
  • Strategy & Action Planning
  • Integration of Business Units
  • Programmes for Supervisors / Workers

Why Outdoors?

  • Nature relaxes and soothes the body, the mind and helps to open up.
  • It gives the feel of being where we belong!!
  • It is precisely the right ambience to explore and introspect.
  • One can relate with the phenomena and elements of nature outside and inside.
  • It helps release oneself from the roles and tasks that normally cloud the mind.
  • To get out of the routine surroundings to where there is practically no distraction.
  • To Experience the freedom to Express, Explore and Experiment.
  • To Challenge and Face Fears.
  • To Experience being a part of nature
  • To Learn with Fun.

Tool Based Programs


Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation (FIRO) is a theory of interpersonal relations, introduced by William Schutz in 1958.

According to the theory, three dimensions of interpersonal relations are necessary and sufficient to explain most human interaction. The dimensions are called Inclusion, Control and Affection. These categories measure how much interaction a person wants in the areas of socializing, leadership and responsibilities, and more intimate personal relations. FIRO-B® was created, based on this theory, a measurement instrument with scales that assess the behavioral aspects of the three dimensions. Scores are graded from 0-9 in scales of expressed and wanted behavior, which define how much a person expresses to others, and how much he wants from others. Schutz believed that FIRO scores in themselves were not terminal, and can and do change, and did not encourage typology;

For more than 40 years the Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation-Behavior™ (FIRO-B®) assessment has helped people around the world understand how their need for inclusion, control and affection can shape their interactions with others at work or in their personal life.

Easy to administer and complete, the FIRO-B® assessment is ideal for one-on-one coaching, team-building initiatives, communication workshops and leadership development programs.


The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment is the best known and most trusted personality tool available today. From developing more productive work teams to building closer families, the MBTI® can improve the quality of life for anyone and any organization. After more than 50 years, the MBTI® instrument continues to be the most trusted and widely used assessment in the world for understanding individual differences and uncovering new ways to work and interact with others. More than 2 million assessments are administered to individuals annually —including employees of many Fortune 500 companies. The MBTI® family of tools reaches across the globe in 21 languages to help:
  • improve individual and team performance,
  • nurture and retain top talent,
  • develop leadership at every level of an organization,
  • reduce workplace conflict, and
  • explore the world of work.