Team Training Sessions

Franklin Point viewing platform, San Mateo County, California.

Omega Wolf Trails team training sessions make use of the public natural spaces surrounding Silicon Valley to build and strengthen group-based skill sets in ways that are fascinating, fun, and formative of character.

In 2021, we are offering four different sessions that will take place in the Santa Cruz Mountains and along the Pacific coast.

For more details on the four locations where training sessions are offered, please visit the Locations Page.

Please visit the Gear Page for recommended suggestions on what to bring to be prepared well for each session.

The Basics

Cost: $250/ person

Group Size: 4-10 max.

Duration: 6-8 hours.

Locations for 2021:

  • #1 Purisima Creek Redwoods & Buck’s Restaurant, Woodside, CA
  • #2 Windy Hill Open Space Preserve and The Village Pub, Woodside, CA
  • #3 Monte Bello Open Space Preserve and Ridge Vineyards, Cupertino, CA
  • #4 Franklin Point Trails & Venus Spirits Bar and Kitchen, Santa Cruz, CA

The Objectives

Enhanced team cohesion and verbal communication skills.

Improved capacity to problem-solve quickly and flexibly in unlikely circumstances and settings.

Augmented divergent thinking and brain-storming abilities.

Exposure to alternative forms of group-based leadership where there is no fixed hierarchy.

Improved health and fitness.

Appreciation for the natural world and its beneficial role to one’s own work-life balance.

Personal creative renewal and inner transformation.

The Details

Meet at a fixed place and time with hiking gear, water, and a light snack.

Complete a series of tasks pre-assigned by the omega team member and training session organizer within a limited timeframe.

Coordinate the return as a group to the starting point and then proceed to a pre-determined site for a group meal and discussion session.

Prepare post-session reflections and submit them to training session organizer, who will provide individual feedback.   

“When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world.”

— John Muir

Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.”

— Steve Jobs

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