Team Building in Iowa
Iowa invites your team to relax and enjoy team building and corporate training programs amidst scenery that has inspired visitors since Lewis and Clark’s historic expedition. From the famed “Bridges of Madison County” and the corn fields in the “Field of Dreams” to outdoor shopping, fine dining, and museums in Des Moines and Iowa City, the Hawkeye State offers many unique experiences to discover.
Zoolutions in Iowa
Zoolutions is just the ticket to explore the Blank Park Zoo in Des Moines while engaging in a fun, quality review and practicing project team skills. Working in teams of 4-5 people, and outfitted with a backpack full of supplies and a series of challenges to complete, you’ll explore the new chimpanzee climbing structure in the Rain Forest in order to better understand the business initiatives most critical to your organization. Your research may entail riding the train past giraffes and wallabies or evaluating the quality of the enclosures for the lions and tigers. Your success depends on your team’s ability to gather and synthesize a variety of data, work to a deadline and collaborate.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Iowa
Empower your team with a clear understanding of who they are and where they are on the continuum from pseudo-team to a high performing team with a Team Identification workshop. Continue discovering your team’s strengths and practice your strategic planning and communication skills as you complete a series of problem-solving activities in our Team Performance Challenges. Consider an indoor venue like Dubuque’s Grand River Conference Center or outdoor venues such as Ottumwa Park or Danville’s Geode State Park for our highly portable programs.
Some of our many other Iowa locations:
- Cedar Rapids
- Des Moines
- Sioux City
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