Team Building in Annapolis, Maryland
Our team building and corporate training in Maryland’s capitol city will inspire the leader in everyone on your team. Also known as a Museum Without Walls, Annapolis boasts four centuries of history and architecture, and a nautical heritage that runs as deep as the Chesapeake Bay is wide.
Set Sail in Annapolis
America’s Sailing Capitol and home to the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis beckons you to marine adventures like our Team Sailing program. Sailing provides a perfect analogy for the importance of adapting to a constantly changing environment to ensure a team’s, and an organization’s, success and longevity. As your group tests the winds, using its power when you can, tacking when you can’t, and getting the whole team safely back to port, you’ll experience this analogy vividly.
Throughout the day you will have the opportunity to practice different areas of responsibility: at the helm, manning a winch or handling a line—all the while coaching your peers on your new skills, sharing risk-taking (and mistake-handling) and building trust.
Coastguard-certified Captains acquaint your group with the 24- to 36-foot sailboats, covering tacking and jibing, sail handling, and steering. The Chesapeake Bay creates perfect conditions for your team to compete in a regatta or a time trial, using your new skills to outmaneuver the other boats to the finish line.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Annapolis
Our Golf for Goodness Sake program blends innovation, creativity and corporate social responsibility. At a conference venue like the Marriott Waterfront Hotel or an outdoor venue such as Quiet Waters Park, your team will have fun building a mini-golf course out of non-perishable food items and compete in a Tournament round before donating items to an Annapolis charity. Then take on a different type of construction challenge with a Storytelling workshop. Annapolis’ storied cobblestone streets or fishermen’s tales provide inspiration as you learn the performance art of storytelling and discover how it resonates on both a personal and organizational level.« Back to Maryland