Team Building in Virginia Beach, Virginia
Participants in your Virginia Beach team building and corporate training will love the mix of business and pleasure possible in this vibrant beach resort town. From a home base at one of the highly-rated resorts, your team members can enjoy sun and fun along miles of beaches, boardwalk, or pristine park trails and let off some steam with a happening nightlife scene.
Indoor Rock Climbing in Virginia Beach
Escape the blazing summer sun or icy winter winds in Virginia Beach with year-round Indoor Rock Climbing. Exercise your team’s coaching skills, goal-setting processes and creative problem-solving as pairs of climbers and belayers take on a series of climbing challenges. We’ll get everyone warmed up with some problem-solving challenges on the ground, then your team members will pair up with one person “on belay” supporting and observing the climber, providing the type and amount of help the climber needs—the other in a harness scaling the wall. Finally, each small team tests their new skills by competing in contests on the climbing wall. With an understanding of each person’s strengths and weaknesses, participants choose between tethered pair climb, blindfolded scramble or the strategy course. No matter how high each person climbs, every participant experiences success in the context of their own aspirations and builds strong mutual support and trust that carry over to the workplace.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Virginia Beach
The Virginia Beach Resort Hotel provides unique meeting rooms overlooking a private beach, perfect for our Build a Bridge team building activity. While designing, planning, building, and troubleshooting construction of two halves of a bridge that must fit together, teams learn how effective communication relates to their daily lives. Take your lessons learned from this activity out on the trail and discuss sensitive work topics or brainstorm with our Breakthrough Trek as you walk and talk through the cypress lagoons and maritime forests of First Landing Park.« Back to Virginia