Team Building in Illinois
Teams gathering for team building and corporate training programs find some of the best that America’s heartland offers in Illinois. From the iconic sites of Chicago to the rolling hills and winding rivers of Amish country or the history of the land of Lincoln and Route 66, Illinois provides a wonderful range of settings for your next corporate event.
Our Ropes Courses in Illinois
Amidst the beautiful wooded suburbs of Chicago and beyond, we blend Low and High Ropes Course challenges ranging from individual to team level experiential learning opportunities. Whether you’re “leaning in” to your team mate as you balance across high wires up in the air or climbing a 35’ foot power pole, you’ll develop leadership, communication, problem-solving, and coaching skills.
With no way to go it alone on our low challenges, every member of the team must communicate, generate ideas and provide support. The High Ropes Course emphasizes risk-taking, trust, and coaching. Check out the view of the treetops after you climb a 50’ wall. The challenges allow participants to expand their comfort zones—sometimes dramatically—and recognize fears that may block personal achievement. The ropes course memories and moments carry over to the work environment for a long time.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Illinois
Take your inspiration for your next teambuilding program from those out sailing on Lake Michigan or kayaking in Great Rivers country as you construct your own “sea worthy vessels” in our high energy and fun Build a Boat program. Complement this challenge with a Storytelling workshop at a conference center like Crowne Plaza Chicago Metro Hotel, and help your leaders to improve their ability to share important messages in a compelling manner.
Some of our many other Illinois locations:
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