Powerful retreats for positive change

Is a Retreat Right For You?

Companies convene retreats for many reasons, including:

  • Strategic business planning
  • Building stronger teams by creating higher levels of psychological safety and trust
  • Boosting creativity and problem-solving skills
  • Jump-starting positive change to improve company culture or work flow process
  • Fostering agreement and accountability during times of significant change
  • Enhancing inter-departmental or client relationships
  • Cultivating and maintaining company culture, especially when team members work in a remote or hybrid environment

A well-planned retreat requires a major investment in time and resources. Before you decide to move forward with a retreat, download our helpful checklist to make sure a retreat is right for you.

Download our checklist “Is a Retreat Right For You?”

We’ll Help You Plan Your Next Retreat

Retreats are only as good as their design and facilitation. Fortunately, you’re in good hands. Along with her co-authors, Wild Blue Yonder founder, Sheila Campbell, literally wrote the book  on designing and facilitating effective corporate retreats. And her Wild Blue Yonder colleague, Gary Duke , is a certified Retreats That Work  Creative Facilitator, having learned from the best.

Contact us today to learn how we can help you create a virtual or in-person retreat that meets your objectives and gets results.

Our agency couldn't get enough of Gary and his guided development tactics. He became one of us during our two-day retreat and helped us understand ourselves and each other better. According to the staff survey we took, we just wish we had more time with him.
Gail Sheffler Review - Wild Blue Yonder
Gail Sheffler
Chief Idea Officer, Inspira