Team Building in San Jose, California
In the heart of the Silicon Valley, San Jose enjoys a moderate climate and is home to more than 6,000 technology companies. The downtown area has an old world charm mixed with modern architecture and many meeting venues and acclaimed restaurants. This central location with easy airport access works well for meetings for those near and coming from afar.
Take to the San Jose paths with GeoTrek
San Jose, the technology capital, is not just tall building with bustling offices – instead on our GeoTrek you explore the landscaped greenery of the Guadalupe River Trail and the oasis of Plaza de Caesar Chavez. Your team of 4-5 uses a GPS unit, maps and clues to navigate from the Children’s Museum to the pathways of San Jose State University; your strategy may be to head out to locate caches further afield (and worth more points) or to keep the journey short and find some of the less difficult locations. Self-directed challenges summon problem-solving skills and encourage collaborative solutions. GeoTrek, a fun project management simulation, allows for discovery of emotional intelligence attributes, so relevant for diverse teams in today’s work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in San Jose
Teams employ strategy and collaboration skills while moving through a series of challenging facilitated and self-directed activities in our Pursuit team building program. This light-weight competition works well outdoors at locations such as Kelly Park or indoors in the well-appointed meeting rooms of The Hayes Mansion. If your team wants to learn more about where they are on the continuum from pseudo-team to a high performing team, then consider integrating our Team Identification workshop into your agenda.
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