Team Building in Orange County, California
Orange County provides great opportunities for integrating team building activities and corporate training into your business meeting. From the 42 mile coastline boasting sunny beaches and seaside resorts to iconic Disneyland and historical Mission San Juan Capistrano, the OC has something for everyone.
Team Sailing in Orange County
Developing a team that adapts and triumphs in a constantly changing environment ensures your organization’s success. Team Sailing, at scenic Dana Point, brings this analogy to life —testing the winds, using its power when you can, tacking when you can’t, and getting the whole team back to harbor. The coastal breezes at popular Newport Beach invite the adventurers in all of us to come on-board.
You’ll have the opportunity to experience different perspectives and practice new roles while taking the helm, manning a winch or handling a line. Coach your peers on your newly-acquired skills, share risk-taking and increase trust while you compete in a regatta or a time trial, uniting your team to outmaneuver the other boats to the finish line. Team Sailing along the pristine OC shoreline provides a unique opportunity to practice teamwork and take part in an adventure to remember.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Orange County
Pursuit, a small team multi-tasking adventure, works well at outdoor venues like Yorba Regional Park or indoors such as the meeting spaces at The Resort at Pelican Hill. Teams develop leadership skills and co-workers bond while completing a combination of fun problem-solving challenges and introspective self-directed challenges. Continue learning about team dynamics and personality preferences with our Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® workshop as a perfect complement to the interactive session.
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