Flying Trapeze

 

Vulnerability

Many leaders work under the misconception that vulnerability is a sign of weakness. Leaders must always be on, must always be right, and must always know exactly what to do. No wonder we see statistics that upwards of 40% of leaders fail and even worse, over 60% of new leaders see their demise within the first year of being in a management or leadership position.

We're here to tell you that the notion of vulnerability as a weakness that has been engrained in you holds no water. More and more studies show that finding vulnerability, learning how to trust your team, admitting mistakes, and being open to feedback increases respect. When leaders have the respect of the people around them, they are seen as strong leaders. In this excursion, we will uncover methods you can use to find your vulnerability. 


The Swing & The Catch

Talk about putting yourself in a place of vulnerability! The flying trapeze will have you facing your fears, trusting others as well as the gear that holds you, all while flying through the air with the greatest of ease. All fliers will begin with the swing in order to get a hang of how everything works. After accomplishing the swing, attendees will have an opportunity to do the infamous catch. Attendees will work directly with trained professionals, will be attached to harnesses and ropes that help cushion falls, and will be flying over a net.


Take Aways

The big take away from this leadership training excursion is recognizing why being vulnerable is seen as a strength rather than a weakness. Attendees will obtain tools to help make personal connections, build a healthy feedback loop within their organization, and learn how to admit mistakes without losing the respect of their team. This is a challenging excursion for many leaders, however, the takeaways will provide the breakthrough you've been looking for.

Locations

Flying trapeze excursions are available in Las Vegas.

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Flying Trapeze

Vulnerability

Many leaders work under the misconception that vulnerability is a sign of weakness. Leaders must always be on, must always be right, and must always know exactly what to do. No wonder we see statistics that upwards of 40% of leaders fail and even worse, over 60% of new leaders see their demise within the first year of being in a management or leadership position.

We're here to tell you that the notion of vulnerability as a weakness that has been engrained in you holds no water. More and more studies show that finding vulnerability, learning how to trust your team, admitting mistakes, and being open to feedback increases respect. When leaders have the respect of the people around them, they are seen as strong leaders. In this excursion, we will uncover methods you can use to find your vulnerability. 


The Swing & The Catch

Talk about putting yourself in a place of vulnerability! The flying trapeze will have you facing your fears, trusting others as well as the gear that holds you, all while flying through the air with the greatest of ease. All fliers will begin with the swing in order to get a hang of how everything works. After accomplishing the swing, attendees will have an opportunity to do the infamous catch. Attendees will work directly with trained professionals, will be attached to harnesses and ropes that help cushion falls, and will be flying over a net.


Take Aways

The big take away from this excursion is recognizing why being vulnerable is seen as a strength rather than a weakness. Attendees will obtain tools to help make personal connections, build a healthy feedback loop within their organization, and learn how to admit mistakes without losing the respect of their team. This is a challenging excursion for many leaders, however, the takeaways will provide the breakthrough you've been looking for.

Locations

Flying trapeze excursions are available in Las Vegas.

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A Place Of Vulnerability

Lessons
  1. What it means to be vulnerable
  2. Making personal connections while maintaining boundaries
  3. How to manage mistakes
  4. Building a healthy feedback loop
Activity

Attendees will face their fear of heights, get a hang of flying with the swing, and participate in the infamous catch.

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