How to gain the Winning Edge in a Challenging Economy through Experiential Learning

April 19th, 2010

Here are the segments of our new documentary! Grand Dynamics was selected to be part of “The Winning Edge” National Business Public Television Series with Hugh Downs as a way to offer businesses advice on how to address the tough economy.  The show will be airing across the world on Voice of America and on public television across the US.  As part of that program, the production company, VM Television, has produced a separate corporate documentary about Grand Dynamics.  These videos are seen below! 

These videos overview how businesses are seeking a Winning Edge in challenging economic times through powerful experiential learning techniques. Contact Grand Dynamics today to discover how we work with businesses to tap into the potential of their people. We offer dynamic programs and events across the country and the globe. We are headquartered in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with offices in the US in New York and California and strategic partners in Arizona, Ohio. Our international destinations include and Chiang Mai, Thailand and Mallorca, Spain to name just a couple. Our specialty is in delivering corporate retreats, team building events and leadership development programs through a variety of offerings. We bring synthesize adventure and learning and challenge participants to bring out their best. We also deliver unique challenge events in collaboration with strategic partners to create massive impact for charities world wide.

The book, Seeking True North, provides a powerful story of two characters who learn over 120 models, methods and tools offered in many of our programs. Enjoy the videos and please let us know what you think!

PART 1!

PART 2!

Part 3!

Thanks to our Hotel Partner for this program, Spring Creek Ranch and to the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where much of this program was filmed.

- Tim Walther and the Grand Dynamics team

14 Responses to “How to gain the Winning Edge in a Challenging Economy through Experiential Learning”

  1. Annie Says:

    Tim and company, nice job on the video presentation. It is very well done, compelling and inviting. I loved seeing and hearing from all of you on it, Josh reminded me of the quiet power within. Looks like you all are rockin’it and that is AWESOME! Best of luck and as always, Carpe Momento!

    Cheers to ya, Ann

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