Building A Case

In Part 1 of this series, I examined group initiatives, or directives, that encourage a group to work together to solve a problem. This article focuses on low-ropes challenge courses. The main difference between the two is that a challenge course is permanently constructed, designed exclusively for this type of activity and led by a trained facilitator. Before a single person sets foot on a challenge course, several issues must be addressed, starting with construction and inspection. For safety and …


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