Team Building in Minneapolis, Minnesota
Dive into team building and corporate training with your team in Minneapolis, the City of Lakes. Consistently rated one of the top cities to live in, Minneapolis’ friendly atmosphere, exciting art and sports scenes, and beautiful outdoors set a great tone for corporate events.
Interactive Team Performance Challenges in Minneapolis
Team Performance Challenges brings to life team dynamics and role identification in this fun and interactive team building activity. Our expert facilitators lead every moment of this powerful program to create an open learning environment in which participants share personal and team insights and make connections back to workplace issues. We’ll help your Minneapolis business team discover their strengths, and then leverage them to develop individually and as a cohesive and effective work team.
Small teams engage in a series of interactive and thought-provoking activity stations set up indoors in meeting rooms such as those at the Inverness Hotel or outside at the park on the banks of Lake Nokomis. After each activity, our facilitators lead focused discussions to elicit team members’ reflections on maximizing individual involvement, leadership and participation roles, and effective planning. With a wide variety of activities to choose from, we’ll work closely with you to select the activities that best fit your group’s goals and design a customized program that engages your team and enables them to improve their performance.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Minneapolis
Building a team that can adapt and succeed in a constantly evolving environment ensures that your organization continues to thrive. Team Sailing on Lake Minnetonka or Lake Superior vividly brings this analogy to life as you assess the winds, harness its power, navigate around obstacles, and get the whole team back to harbor. Blend this teamwork adventure with our powerful Emissary Process as a way to provide interdepartmental feedback at a unique venue like the Grand Hotel Minneapolis.« Back to Minnesota