Team Building in Santa Monica, California
Situated on the Southern California coastline, Santa Monica is world renowned for its gorgeous swath of beach and nostalgic amusement park pier. Take in the sights along the boardwalk with a beach cruiser bike or slip on a pair of roller skates and enjoy the people-watching all the way to Venice Beach. With beautiful seaside resorts in the area, Santa Monica delivers the perfect team building or corporate retreat experience.
Get, Set…Go! Team Building in Santa Monica
In this dynamic and fast-paced adventure, your group will face one surprise challenge after another. Each team is given a backpack with supplies, a time limit and a series of missions to complete. Increase trust and rapport among your team as you navigate your way through the streets of Santa Monica.
The 3rd Street Promenade makes a perfect place to begin the Get Set…Go! program. The flexibility of the course can include areas like Crescent Bay Park or Santa Monica State Beach. Mix sophisticated problem-solving challenges, GPS skills and treasure-hunt clues with adventure elements such as biking the boardwalk, rock-climbing, or kayaking in Marina del Rey to test your team’s mettle. Highly customized, Get Set…Go! challenges reflect the level of adventure that matches your team’s drive.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Santa Monica
Our Team Performance Challenges program guides small teams through a series of interactive challenges, including a focused discussion about how to maximize individual involvement, plan effectively, and which leadership and participation roles work best. Combine these examples of team dynamics with a training to boost your team’s leadership and communication skills through our Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® workshop. Our favorite meetings spaces range from landmark vintage hotels to spacious oceanfront resorts.
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