Team Building in Chicago, Illinois
The Windy City offers a variety of urban adventures for every corporate training or team building event. Set on the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago offers a sunny day on Navy Pier or an architectural kayak tour through downtown on the Chicago River. Take a tour of the interactive Field museum or enjoy the marine life at the Shedd Aquarium. Any way you choose, Chicago will provide an ideal destination for your next meeting.
Hybrid SWOT Corporate Training in Chicago
Hybrid SWOT is an accelerated, targeted and highly effective approach to developing ideas and corresponding action plans. Driving visionary conversation, the objective is to solve problems, find better ways, identify solutions and prepare for action in hours rather than days. Invested in the process and with accountability for the results, your employees return to work after their Chicago retreat rejuvenated and committed. Expect extraordinary return on your training investment—we’ve routinely seen powerful Action Plans developed in a few hours.
The many conference centers within blocks of beautiful Millenium Park and the endless waters of the lake can host this type of strategic meeting. The Hybrid SWOT technique is a powerful tool that has been remarkably effective in improving meetings, orientation, recruiting, training and recognition programs. Hybrid SWOT participants stay completely engaged and gain exceptional insight into organizational culture, a heightened understanding of company values, and a broader awareness of how they can affect change.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Chicago
Our GeoTrek team building program in downtown Chicago blends teamwork with adventure and technology. The treasure hunt-like clues guide teams to Grant Park, the Navy Pier and up to Wrigley Field as they juggle GPS units, maps and “on-the-go” challenges. If you’re looking to incorporate professional development in your event, our Communication Skills workshop reminds teams about best practices that we inherently already know and presents them in an upbeat, positive manner.« Back to Illinois