Action-based training:
emotions enhance learning


Exploration, discovery, and confrontation with wild nature were the ingredients of the first outdoor training program that sought to unlock latent potentials and increase self-confidence and group trust using a new methodology.

Today, outdoor training is not just about adventure in the environment. Sometimes, it’s a challenge on the level of creative intelligence and organizational behaviors that uses the body and emotions to solidify learning.


There are learnings that are hard to encapsulate in books or classrooms. Outdoor Training, through direct experience, dynamic management of group relationships, and a strong emotional impact, breaks down the rigidity imposed by traditional forms of learning, creating the premises for effective change, which is the basis for any real new knowledge.

When It’s Effective

To develop trust, autonomy, and a sense of responsibility

To create a new work group

To reconcile differences and develop integration

To create motivation in a phase of corporate change

To facilitate the learning of certain key skills

To consolidate learning during or after a training path

The I&G Methodology

We design paths using different contexts and “metaphors”. Emotional suggestion is only part of this practice. The experience of our trainers is important in guiding participants during observation and analysis moments (debriefing), which are preparatory to the transferability into their role and everyday corporate life.

Types of Outdoor Training

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