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    Employees with Disabilities and Outdoor Training

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    Outdoor teamwork building programs have become popular in the workplace. What are some suggestions a manager could offer to accommodate some members of a team who are physically disabled and cannot participate in these outdoor activities? What are the benefits of including all members of a group in these activities (for example, not making all employees participate in martial arts)?

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    This is an excellent question and I have some suggestions based on my own experiences when I shattered my arm in an accident and in my current work with the Developmentally Disabled.

    These trainings offer some opportunities for leadership training that might not happen to them otherwise. In some instances, the person who cannot participate physically can in fact "lead" through helping the team accomplish the tasks. One task that we were involved in, moving the entire team along a log ...

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