Team Building in Orlando, Florida
Orlando is home to some of the most famous theme parks in the world! But Orlando has another side of the city as well—historic Church Street downtown is full of great restaurants, lively dance halls and college sports fans. With over 140,000 hotel rooms in Orlando, your group will find the right place to hold your next team building or corporate retreat location.
Ropes Course Team Building in Orlando
Our Low and High Ropes Course located just outside of Orlando enables participants to grow and develop at both the team and individual levels by experiential learning, communication concepts and problem-solving.
The Low Ropes Course focuses on strengthening team collaboration; the challenges call upon every member to participate as they present unending opportunities for self-discovery and team development. The High Ropes Course emphasizes risk-taking, trust, and coaching through challenges like zip line and beam walk. The challenges enable participants to stretch and grow within their comfort zones—sometimes drastically—and recognize fears that may block personal achievement. Each moment is valuable, whether a person is climbing, encouraging a team mate or “on belay.”
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Orlando
Charged with building two halves of a model bridge in separate locations, our Build a Bridge program gives teams access to limited communication to keep them on track during the construction phase. Once built and the halves connected, the completed bridges are tested for strength. If you’re looking to include professional development that includes discovering your own strengths, our Emotional Intelligence workshop delves into interpersonal dynamics. Our portable programs can be held at resort areas such as the Rosen Shingle Creek or the Grand Bohemian Hotel.
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