Team Building in Wichita, Kansas
Team building and corporate training events get the most bang for their companies’ buck in Wichita, ranked as one of the most affordable cities. Wichita pleasantly surprises groups with its authentic “Old West” character, hip neighborhoods like Old Town, its fascinating aviation history as the “Air Capital of the World”, and its great outdoors along the Arkansas River and the surrounding prairies.
Countdown Team Building in Wichita
Uncover your co-workers’ hidden talents and strengths during our action-packed, fast-paced Countdown team building event. Consider getting some fresh air at Central Riverside Park or the O.J. Watson Park — here your teams attempt creative challenges similar to NBC’s Minute-To-Win-It. Each team transforms simple household items into fun activities requiring concentration, a steady hand, visual memory or quick hand-eye coordination. As you perfect your moves during the practice and competition rounds, you’ll also improve your skills in peer coaching and support. Finally, all teams come together for the Showdown Round to attempt surprise Countdown challenges. The energy of the audience combined with the intense focus of the contestants makes for a rousing finish.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Wichita
With the many bridges across the Arkansas River, your team will have plenty of inspiration as they test their creativity, communication, planning, and problem-solving skills with our Build a Bridge team building program. Continue troubleshooting with your team during our Hybrid SWOT workshop and find out from your team what is working and what needs improvement. Our expert facilitators create an engaging learning environment for your group in meeting rooms like those at the Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview or outdoor venues like Sedgwick County Park.
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