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Mother/Daughter Nights
A chance for mothers and daughters to spend some quality time together and have some fun! Improve communication and trust through many of the difference activities on the course. Reinforce that special bond between mother and daughter.

Next Available Mother/Daughter Nights Out:

  • July 26th
  • August 23rd
  • September 27th
  • October 25th

Register for this great mother/daughter experience today at ropes.usu.edu or call (435) 797-0089.

Driving Directions to the Ropes Course:

From Logan’s Main Street:

  • Go East on Center Street (toward the nearest mountains)
  • Continue on Center Street through the stop light at 100 East, and down the small hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Canyon Road
  • Continue East on Canyon Road; Go through the four-way stop
  • From the four-way stop, go 1.1 miles and you will see the Ropes Course sign on your left
  • Take the gravel road on your left
  • Follow this gravel road past the “No Trespassing” sign and past the house
  • The road will take you to the Ropes Course parking area

From Utah State University:

  • Go East on 400 north (to the Mouth of Logan Canyon)
  • You will drive past the Forest Service Station on you right and down the steep hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Canyon Road (before you cross the bridge)
  • Continue West on Canyon Road and drive around First Dam (heading West)
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Couples Retreats
These retreats have been specifically designed for married couples. So whether you’ve been together for a few months or many years, you’ll improve your communication skills, your trust in each other, and re-connect as a couple. The night also includes dinner for two and a keynote speaker.

Next Available Couples Retreats Dates:

  • August 7th
  • September 4th
  • October 2nd

Register for this amazing opportunity today at ropes.usu.edu or call 435-797-0089

Driving Directions to the Ropes Course

From Logan’s Main Street:

  • Go East on Center Street (toward the nearest mountains)
  • Continue on Center Street through the stop light at 100 East, and down the small hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Canyon Road
  • Continue East on Canyon Road; Go through the four-way stop
  • From the four-way stop, go 1.1 miles and you will see the Ropes Course sign on your left
  • Take the gravel road on your left
  • Follow this gravel road past the “No Trespassing” sign and past the house
  • The road will take you to the Ropes Course parking area

From Utah State University:

  • Go East on 400 north (to the Mouth of Logan Canyon)
  • You will drive past the Forest Service Station on you right and down the steep hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Canyon Road (before you cross the bridge)
  • Continue West on Canyon Road and drive around First Dam (heading West)

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Date Nights
Why just watch an adventure with your date, come and experience one! A date night at the Ropes Course will be filled with fun and adventure for you and your date; and you just may learn something new along the way!

The next available Date nights are:

  • July 31st
  • August 28th
  • September 25th

Register your experience today at ropes.usu.edu or call (435) 797-0089

Driving Directions to the Ropes Course

From Logan’s Main Street:

  • Go East on Center Street (toward the nearest mountains)
  • Continue on Center Street through the stop light at 100 East, and down the small hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Canyon Road
  • Continue East on Canyon Road; Go through the four-way stop
  • From the four-way stop, go 1.1 miles and you will see the Ropes Course sign on your left
  • Take the gravel road on your left
  • Follow this gravel road past the “No Trespassing” sign and past the house
  • The road will take you to the Ropes Course parking area

From Utah State University:

  • Go East on 400 north (to the Mouth of Logan Canyon)
  • You will drive past the Forest Service Station on you right and down the steep hill
  • At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Canyon Road (before you cross the bridge)
  • Continue West on Canyon Road and drive around First Dam (heading West)

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Open House

The Utah State University Ropes Course provides a fun and educational approach to learning and applying real-world principles and is designed to create strong cohesive teams with skills necessary for an organization’s success.

Leadership
Self-confidence
Teamwork
Communication
Trust
Encouragement

The Utah State University Ropes Course is a unique and highly effective way for your organization to increase:

Productivity
Staff Morale
Synergy

We invite you to bring your group or organization to the USU Ropes Course and…

Embrace the Challenge!

You’re invited to the USU Ropes Course Open House

Thursday, May 20 & Saturday, May 22, 2010 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Come see first-hand the benefits a ropes course experience can provide for your company or organization. Enjoy a light lunch provided by USU Catering while you watch the course in action!!!

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The Institute for Communication and Leadership is a learning and development organization dedicated to the instruction of communication theory and practice. Our mission is to provide Utah State University and its surrounding communities with access to high quality, affordable learning and development seminars to strengthen individuals, families, and organizations.

Our programs offer what other organizations cannot: a dedicated focus on the theory and practice of communication based on decades of research and taught by award winning communication scholars.

Our Philosophy of Communication and Leadership

Regardless of your technical knowledge, professional experience, job skills, or position in an organization, your ultimate effectiveness depends on your ability to communicate well and develop strong relationships. The most important skills that employers seek in their workers are communication skills: to develop productive relationships, work well in teams, manage conflict, and create the trust necessary to be a leader.

If these skills are essential for the workplace, they are of even greater importance in our personal relationships, families, and communities. In all aspects of life, we are in great need of understanding communication more fully and more deeply. Indeed, the most pressing problems we face will require significant cooperation, understanding, and critical problem solving. Without the ability to effectively communicate and build strong relationships, solving such problems will be incredibly difficult.

Although people often recognize the importance of being a good communicator, most assume that communication is a simple, straightforward process, and that communication problems are largely the result of other peoples’ actions. As a consequence, few people take the time and effort to learn how to be an effective communicator. Instead, they rely on their own instincts and the examples of others. Given the constant communication problems that we experience in our families, workplaces, and communities, it is apparent that our instincts often do not serve us well.

To maximize your potential and improve the quality of your life, we invite you to learn how to be an effective communicator at The Institute for Communication and Leadership. Through instruction from communication scholars, you can learn how to:

* Develop self-awareness and awareness of others
* Gain a depth of knowledge about how communication works
* Understand when to appropriately and effectively use specific skills

Our goal is to provide you with a depth of knowledge and skills to enable you to wisely navigate communication problems and make them less difficult and more productive. With a deeper understanding of communication principles and practices, we hope to bring greater confidence, trust, understanding, collaboration, and integrity to personal, professional, and community relationships.

We invite you to participate in Professional learning and development seminars held Monday, May 10 – Wednesday, May 12, 2010. Seminars will be held at the Eccles Conference Center, Utah State University

Register Today at communication.usu.edu

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