Team Building in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Ann Arbor offers a peaceful, rural setting for your next team building or corporate training event. Otherwise known as “A2”or “Tree Town”, Ann Arbor’s world-class academics at University of Michigan and high-tech research center also lends its innovative buzz to your corporate event.
Hit the road with GeoTrek in Ann Arbor
Immerse yourself and your team in Ann Arbor’s eclectic neighborhoods and creative, intellectual atmosphere as you take to its tree-lined streets with our GeoTrek team building program. Our GeoTrek team building event blends adventure and technology into a treasure hunt that includes GPS units, maps, clues and “on-the-go” challenges. Each team develops its own strategy and charts a completely unique course around Ann Arbor. Some may head over to the University of Michigan’s campus to collect points among its academic halls and student-filled pathways. Others may focus on the downtown and explore Kerrytown and the Farmer’s Market, venturing all the way to the old train station and the river’s edge. On-the-go challenges help team members to get to know each other on a personal level and encourage problem-solving and collaborative solutions. An unforgettable team building activity, GeoTrek elicits teamwork skills relevant for diverse teams in ever-changing work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Ann Arbor
Parks such as Buhr Park offer ideal venues for the fun and challenging facilitated and self-directed activities in our Pursuit program. Teams develop leadership skills and co-workers bond while completing a combination of fun problem-solving challenges. If your meeting involves professional development, incorporate our powerful Conflict Resolution workshop to learn techniques to transform conflict into a tool rather than a barrier. We’ve enjoyed working with clients in the meeting rooms like those at Weber’s Inn.
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