Team Building in Maine
Draw inspiration for your next team building or corporate training event from Maine’s “I lead” motto. Maine enchants its visitors, whether you’re leisurely antiquing and touring picturesque lighthouses in quaint coastal towns or adventuring on rugged mountains, rushing rivers, or ocean waves.
Set sail with your team in Maine
Teams that can adapt to changing conditions and continually triumph together prove critical to organizational success. Bring this analogy to life with Team Sailing as you gauge the wind, decide on a course, adjust your sails and get the whole team back to Maine’s Old Port in Portland. Casco Bay’s steady winds, pristine water and picturesque coastline dotted with lighthouses entice the adventurers in all of us to come on-board.
You’ll have the opportunity to experience different perspectives and practice new roles while taking the helm, manning a winch or handling a line. Coach your peers on your newly-acquired skills, share risk-taking and increase trust while you compete in a regatta or a time trial. After successfully outmaneuvering your coworkers across the finish line, your newly united teams can celebrate with a classic Maine lobster bake. Team Sailing provides a unique opportunity to practice teamwork and take part in an adventure to remember.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Maine
Teams practice their strategy and collaboration skills while engaging in a series of facilitated and self-directed challenges in our Pursuit team building program. This light-weight competition works well outdoors at locations such as Portland’s Deering Oaks Park or indoors at Spruce Point Inn Resort & Spa. If your company is in the process of embracing change and you want to help your team get on board, then consider our Planning for Transitions workshop.
Some of our many other Maine locations:
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