Team Building in Redwood City, California
Redwood City offers the perfect atmosphere for your team building activities and corporate training events with its great climate, gently rolling hills, and miles of San Francisco Bay shoreline. A center of Silicon Valley high-tech industry and innovation, Redwood City’s wonderful meeting locations will allow your team to explore and innovate.
Team Sailing in Redwood City
Developing a team that adapts and triumphs in a constantly changing environment ensures your organization’s success. Bring this analogy to life with Team Sailing as you gauge the wind, decide on a course, set and adjust your sails and get the whole team back to harbor at Redwood City’s port. The San Francisco Bay’s mild weather, smooth seas and steady winds entice 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 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 Redwood City
Jumpstart, our condensed version of Pursuit, taps into the skills and talents of every team member by incorporating a series of mental and physical activities ranging from elaborate problem-solving exercises to light-hearted contests that focus on teamwork and healthy competition. Expand this understanding of talents and optimize them to ignite higher performance in our Strengths Performance workshop. These programs work well indoors or outside at Redwood City venues like the Sofitel San Francisco or the Seaport Conference Center.
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