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In Search of the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine - An Exercise in Collaboration 

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

The Sutton Place Hotel, Ballroom
10235 101 ST NW, Edmonton AB

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The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine

The Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine: this FMI session is about competition, collaboration, team building, and mining as much 'gold' as possible. As much as groups say they are a team and collaborate, the fact is most groups compete for resources. Facilitated by Randy Shuttleworth, participants are divided into teams and engage in a game where the object is to find the Lost Dutchman's mine and mine as much gold as possible. The key to winning is good planning and working together to go to the mine and return with as much gold as possible. Outcomes of the event are learning to collaborate and breaking down information silos.  

  • Do you have a Team of Six? Register together to play together!
  • Trying to shake off the summer-slumber? This session is guaranteed to energize you!

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Our Expedition Leader:

  • Randy Shuttleworth  is a senior partner of the Training Company which provides specialized training for organizations and for individuals.
  • Randy has faciliated this game with thousands of people and hundreds of organizations.
  • Whether attending by yourself or with your team, this trip to Arizona and the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine will help you be a better manager, improve your communication and strengthen how you cooperate in your organization.


Price: $65 person, $390 for a team of 6

8:00 am - Registration, Breakfast and Networking
8:30 am to 11:30 am - Presentation & Questions

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We can only accommodate 120 participants at this special event, register soon to reserve you or your team's spot! Registration closes on September 15, late registrations cannot be accepted.

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Staff Development Rationale:  This training session will help the individual or team improve their communication, collaboration and employee engagement.  Attendees will learn skills that they can immediate employ in their work environments to this end.  In times of fewer fiscal resources, improving the effectiveness of teams and learning/practicing communication is critical for an effective organization to provide value to the public.

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