Team Building in Mobile, Alabama
Teambuilding and corporate training in Mobile, the Paris of the South, benefit from the Gulf Coast sun and fun along with the refinement of this French-influenced southern port city. Your team will enjoy strolling by the French Creole wrought-iron architecture, dining and shopping in the revitalized downtown, and taking in the beautiful waterfront views of Mobile Bay.
Teams mobilize with GeoTrek in Mobile
Hunt for clues amidst Church Street’s historic homes or among the shops and restaurants that line Dauphin Street. Catch some bay breezes along the waterfront or find some shade in Spanish Plaza or Cathedral Plaza as you take part in the high-tech scavenger hunt, GeoTrek. This adventure encourages small teams of four to strategize and play to their team members’ strengths to accrue points. GPS units, maps and clues assist the teams as they navigate the nooks and crannies of downtown Mobile. Our GeoTrek course enables teams to take advantage of the free MODA bus or works well for those on foot to log extra steps. On-the-go challenges include mental puzzles, innovative photo assignments and learning more about your team members. Locals and visitors alike achieve the most success through their teamwork skills by clarifying roles, identifying strengths and collaborating.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Mobile
Mobile’s waterways have long defined this city, and you can incorporate them in your team building program with our Build a Boat program. Design, build and race your own boats on the grounds of the Five Rivers Blakely Hall Conference Center or your hotel pool. Continue learning about team dynamics and personality preferences with our Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® workshop at the beautiful and historic Battle House Renaissance Mobile Hotel & Spa.
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