Rowing in a boat with a team can teach you the very things your office needs to learn to be a better team and accomplish good work. Gather your colleagues for an inspiring team building experience that will challenge them, build trust and lead to positive change. Your team building event may also include catered breakfast and lunch, t-shirts, or happy hour.
All proceeds raised from corporate team building events go to support the larger work of the Pocock Foundation. To inquire about corporate rowing opportunities, please contact Mary Richardson, Corporate Rowing Coordinator, at email@example.com or (206) 686-6390.
Open to all corporations and organizations in Seattle, each summer the Pocock Foundation hosts a Corporate Cup Regatta at the Windermere Summer Splash on August 20, 2016. As a part of the registration fee, competitors get private rowing practices, team swag, race entry, and entrance to the Corporate Cup VIP Networking Tent at the Windermere Summer Splash. Visit our Corporate Cup Regatta Event Page to learn more.
We have been delighted to host a wide variety of organizations and corporations for corporate team building and learn to row experiences. Past participants include: the Denali Group, Kadlec Clinic, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Bing Development, Green River Community College, BECU, the University of Washington Foster School of Business, Columbia Bank, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Microsoft, Genoa Healthcare, the University of Washington Jackson School of International Studies, and Amgen.
“We had fun, we learned to work together differently, and we have a lot to talk about that’s helping bring the team together in different working groups. In terms of meeting my expectations for the event it certainly hit the mark. It’s giving me plenty to work with as conversations starters but it also has the benefit of adding new stories to our tribal history.”
Russell King, Principal Software Engineering Manager
The MBA Leadership & Teamwork Practicum from Foster School of Business did a learn to row day at the beginning of September to prepare for the year ahead.