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Team Building in Washington, D.C.

From Capitol Hill to Georgetown to nearby Arlington, Washington D.C. is full of vibrant energy. Spring flowers and cherry blossoms bring  travelers from all corners of the globe to enjoy the sights of this vibrant city. No matter what kind of team building or training event you’re planning in Washington DC, we can help.

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Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in Washington, D.C.

By understanding ourselves better, we gain a broader understanding of our differences, how to bridge them, and unlock our innate synergies and potential. Every work team from government contractors headquartered in Tyson’s Corner to an embassy office group benefits from taking the online assessment and the associated compelling workshop. The impact of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in team building is seen in the identification and appreciation of individual personality preferences and how they complement each other on a work team. Whether you’re meeting inside or outside The Beltway, you’ll appreciate that we can bring our blend of discussion and real-work applications to you.

More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Washington, D.C.

Small teams see the sights around The National Mall, Federal Triangle and Potomac Waterfront while participating in GeoTrek. Hand-held GPS units, maps, clues, and several “on-the-go” challenges give business teams a fun way to bond and learn more about each other. Start your adventure from centrally located venues such as Grand Hyatt Washington or the Hotel Palomar. If you’re looking to add professional development to your event, our Leader’s Role in Stages of Team Development blends well with any of our team building events.

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Client Story
Near Infinity company anniversary
This technology company took to the streets of DC with vigor during GeoTrek.