Team Building in Boise, Idaho
Corporate training and team building find a vibrant location in Boise, with its urban comforts and adventure at its fingertips. An urban enclave at the intersection of the high desert and the Rocky Mountains, Boise offers mild climate and exceptional year-round recreational opportunities.
Pursuit Team Building in Boise
Julia Davis Park, the historic and cultural heart of Boise, offers a perfect outdoor destination to hold our competitive, multi-tasking Pursuit program. Outfitted with backpacks containing self-directed challenges, instructions and other supplies, your small teams use strategic planning skills while moving through a series of problem-solving activities. Team members develop leadership skills while building relationships as they solve interactive challenges and complete collaborative photo assignments. While Pursuit is a timed event, it is not a race but rather a “friendly competition.” The combination of sophisticated physical, intellectual and creative challenges offers something for everyone. Enhance your retreat with the portability of Pursuit, which can be held at any of Boise’s lovely parks or indoor venues.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Boise
Inspire fresh insights into the business initiatives most critical to your organization with our Deep Dive program. This business-centered scavenger hunt takes your team on a different kind of shopping trip at a fun, bustling retail destination such as the popular shopping mall, Boise Town Center. If your company is in the process of embracing change and you want to help your team get on board, then consider our Planning for Transitions workshop at a venue like the Grove Hotel downtown Boise.
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