Team Building in Georgia
Your team building and corporate training event in Georgia can include anything from coastal relaxation to mountain adventure or urban excitement. Georgia’s Appalachian or Gulf Coast scenery inspires and rejuvenates those who meet there while its hospitality, cultural activities, and antebellum history engages your meeting attendees in a truly unique way.
Build a Bridge Team Building in Georgia
Tap into your team’s creative energy while giving them the ultimate communication challenge during our Build a Bridge team building program. In the spacious conference rooms or patios of the King & Prince Beach & Golf Resort, teams navigate their way through the intricate stages of designing, planning and building a model bridge. Whether you are replicating one of Georgia’s historic covered bridges or rivaling the length of the Sidney Lanier Bridge, success in our Build a Bridge activity hinges on your team’s communication skills and creative planning process. Charged with building two halves of a bridge in separate locations, teams have access to limited communication modes to keep them on track during the construction phase. Once assembled and the halves connected, teams cheer and rally around their new creations as the completed bridges undergo strength testing and ratings for aesthetic value.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Georgia
Our High and Low Ropes Challenge courses around northern Georgia enable your team to explore risk-taking, leadership, communication, and coaching as they climb a 50 foot wall or fly down a zip line. Blend this teamwork adventure with our powerful Emissary Process as a way to provide interdepartmental feedback. Perhaps the meeting space at the Evergreen Marriott Conference Center or the pavilions and open spaces at parks like Alpharetta’s Wills Park are the perfect backdrop for discussing work team dynamics.
Some of our many other Georgia locations:
- Asking Questions - October 9, 2019
- Tips For Thriving as a Multi-Generational Workplace - June 20, 2019
- Real Work Office Design - March 3, 2019