Team Building in Springfield, Illinois
Beautiful historic homes and the history of Abraham Lincoln draw many to Springfield, Illinois. Enjoy the capital city indoors at one of the many museums or outdoors at the wildlife sanctuary, lakes or miles of parkland.
Interactive Team Challenges at your Springfield location
Take your team outdoors to Dreamland Park for the interactive, shared experience of Team Performance Challenges. It’s a powerful program, because it’s 100% facilitator-led with guided debriefs after each of the fun and thought-provoking challenges. In addition to problem-solving together, team insights are shared with guidance from our facilitator and subsequent connections back to workplace issues are made by the team. We help your Springfield business team discover their strengths, and then leverage them to make improvements back at work.
Choose a unique meeting location such as the Danenberger Family Vineyards as you divide into small teams to work through a series of activity stations. The 30-45 minute activities include a focused discussion about how to maximize individual involvement, plan effectively, and identify the needed roles. With a variety of activities in our repertoire, we can design a program that engages your team mentally and physically, helping them to evolve beyond their current level of performance.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Springfield
Consider ways to build understanding and respect for differences in behavior through our DISC program. This workshop helps one understand how behaviors change as situations change and how we can adapt accordingly. Consider combining that training with Golf for Goodness Sake that requires teamwork while giving back to the local community. Your small teams will construct a mini golf course from non-perishable food items which are then donated to a local Springfield food bank or homeless shelter.
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