Team Building in Indiana
Whether you bring your team building or corporate training event to the shores of Lake Michigan, Indianapolis’ busy downtown, or a charming town along the Ohio River, Indiana delights teams with its variety. Indiana offers quiet country settings amidst the buggies of Amish country or forested parklands as well as the after-hours excitement of the Indiana Speedway and cuisines from around the world in Indianapolis.
Hybrid SWOT for Indiana team meetings
Our fast-paced, targeted and highly effective Hybrid SWOT workshop enables teams to develop ideas and action plans in a matter of hours instead of days or weeks. At conference centers around Indiana, from Oakwood Resort in Syracuse to Culver Cove Resort & Conference Center, Hybrid SWOT participants stay fully engaged in a disciplined, energetic, and visionary conversation. Our expert facilitators empower your group to solve problems, find better ways, identify solutions and prepare for action. With our finely tuned process, teams routinely develop powerful action plans in just a few hours. Your training investment yields extraordinary returns — invested in the process and with accountability for the results, your employees return to work after their Indiana retreat rejuvenated, reenergized and committed.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Indiana
Our High and Low Ropes Challenge courses in and around the Indianapolis area enable your team to explore risk-taking, leadership, communication, and coaching as you climb a 50 foot tower, traverse swinging logs and fly down to ground level on an exciting zipline. Continue discovering your own strengths with our Emotional Intelligence workshop and delve into interpersonal dynamics at a conference venue like Wilstem Guest Ranch in French Lick.
Some of our many other Indiana locations:
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