Within 1 hour driving from Geneva, Lausanne, Martigny, Sion
Half day or longer
Accessible for everyone
Mountain hut or hotel in the mountains
Experience True Breakthroughs: Literal Breakout Sessions in the Mountains
Unwind from typical office fatigue! Work-based breakout sessions, while insightful, often leave us overwhelmed and drained. Amid office chaos, integrating fresh insights becomes a challenge, as the daily grind awaits without respite.
But imagine breaking out quite literally — venturing into the mountains. Here, dynamic and invigorating sessions await. Your team actively engages, shedding the passive listening mode.
Mountain retreats offer more than a breath of fresh air. Alongside your team, participate in hands-on exercises that foster collaboration and ignite innovative ‘out of the box’ thinking. Plus, extended hours together ensure a lasting impact (opt for a day or multi-day sessions).
Choose between fully outdoor settings or the comfort of a stylish mountain hotel like Experimental Chalet in Verbier or Au Club Alpin in Champex-Lac. In these luxurious hotels, every facility, from projectors to whiteboards, supports immersive learning. Top it off with exquisite fine dining, enhancing your mountain-bound breakout experience!
“The trail was well balanced, which must have been a challenge taking into account our very diverse team, (also in terms of hiking experience). Really wonderful location, especially the mountain hut.”
“The coaching was needed and very positive: really supporting and driving the team dynamics/energies in the right direction.”
“The trail exceeded my expectations!”
“Normally in these nature team-building activities you see a soft-sports approach to fit all levels. This was not the case this time, I love that.”
“The hike was good, not too difficult but also not too easy, great nature experience and out-of standard routes.”
“What I really liked about the coaching was that you work in the area of phsycological safety and mindfulness, which is so refreshing in a work performance culture. I believe your approach is the right one.”
“Famke’s key strength is how she combines her great social skills with an in-depth knowledge of being in the outdoor and the mountains. This combination creates not only a strong feeling of safety in the group but also a great atmosphere of positivity and fun.”