Team Building in Atlanta, Georgia
This modern metropolis of Georgia, nestled in the heart of the Peach state, offers a variety of sights, shopping, nightlife, sports and entertainment. From the Georgia Aquarium to The World of Coca Cola, history and nature abound in the city of Atlanta. If you’re looking to build your team in a unique location, check out Buckhead, known as “the Beverly Hills of the East” or historic Alpharetta and its quaint downtown area.
GeoTrek Team Building in Atlanta
The bustling and friendly cities of Atlanta and nearby Buckhead create ideal venues for our GeoTrek program, which blends technology and adventure. Our Atlanta GeoTrek often begins Centennial Olympic Park, just steps away from the Fountain of Rings. Your team of 4-5 uses a GPS unit, maps and clues to navigate from the Georgia Dome to Georgia Tech; you may choose to head to hidden caches further afield (and worth more points) or to enjoy people-watching around International Plaza. On-the-go challenges summon problem-solving skills and encourage collaborative solutions. GeoTrek, a memorable and valuable activity, evokes innovation and relationship building relevant for cross-functional teams in ever-changing work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Atlanta
Build a Bridge ignites your team’s creative energy as they move through the stages of designing, planning, building and troubleshooting. In creating two halves of a bridge that must fit together, teams learn how effective communication relates to their daily lives. If you’re looking to add professional development to your retreat, our powerful Decision-making workshop will teach you the steps to doing this well. The Westin Buckhead and the W Hotel Atlanta have hosted our programs successfully in the past.
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