Workin' It

With last week's busy work week behind me, I am now playing catch up with all the daily tasks I didn't get to complete. Although presenting training material to a group of adults was tiring, I now miss the group setting and interaction as I sit in my (thankfully warm) office analyzing data as always.

I took a few photos during last week's session, mainly during the breakout exercises and the evening events. I normally don't fill the role of "event photographer" at work, but in this case, my camera was already out in use by my co-worker/friend, Mark. Mark executed last week's training session with me and is also photography hobbyist. His visit from out of town was an opportunity to check out some of my lenses.

If the weather had been nice, we would have embarked on a proper "photowalk" around town, but the classroom was definitely warmer.

Two of the gentlemen from Mexico, who had never seen snow until last week. Juan, on the right, never stopped smiling the entire time he was here.
Explain It

Hard At Work

We don't spend all our time in the classroom - evening events allow the participants to relax and get to know each other better.
Relaxed

Garden Setting In Winter

The group attended the local NCAA Basketball game - amidst a snowstorm - and had a great time, even though the home team lost.

Who knows, our small prairie town may become the "destination of choice" for future training sessions. We delivered unique experiences (big snow, possibility for tornadoes), collegiate sporting events, good restaurants, and lovely prairie sunsets.

End of Day 1

Note - non watermarked photos in this post were taken by others

Nicki  – (February 11, 2014 at 7:35 AM)  

It would appear that despite the weather interruptions, everyone was having a good time - who knows, you might well be the designated spot. :)

tinajo  – (February 11, 2014 at 3:42 PM)  

It looks like you all had a nice time! :-)

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