Team Building in Stamford, Connecticut
This vibrant coastal city with New England charm plays an excellent host to fun team building activities and powerful corporate training programs. Nicknamed “One Great City,” Stamford offers upscale accommodations and meeting venues, lovely beaches along the Long Island Sound, and a convenient location just a short 45 minute hop from New York City.
Hit the road with GeoTrek in Stamford
Search for clues around Stamford Town Center or among government buildings like the Superior Court and City Hall. Cool off at the splash pad or wander the shady paths of Scalzi Park 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 Stamford or journey down to the South End. Our GeoTrek course accommodates teams on foot or those that want to take advantage of the free Harbor Point Trolley. 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 Stamford
Discover new facets to your team members’ skills and talents with Jumpstart, our condensed version of Pursuit. Take on a series of mental and physical activities ranging from elaborate problem-solving exercises to light-hearted contests at a local park like Mill River Park or in your meeting rooms at the Sheraton or Hilton Hotels. Blend this team building activity with our Feedback Systems workshop to design a comprehensive feedback system that is aligned with your goals, benefits individuals, your team and the entire organization.
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