Team Building in Montana
Infuse your next team building or corporate training event with Montana’s spirit of adventure and its small town charm. Corporate retreats near Yellowstone National Park help groups take a step back and refocus, while meetings near Billings’ or Missoula’s historic downtowns benefit from urban entertainment for everyone.
Jumpstart your team in Montana
Inject your next meeting or retreat in Big Sky Country with new energy, enthusiasm, and collaborative spirit with our Jumpstart team building activity. A shorter, action-packed version of our popular Pursuit program, Jumpstart draws on the skills and talents of every team member through a series of mental and physical challenges ranging from elaborate problem-solving exercises to light-hearted contests.
Teams must strategize to determine how to acquire the greatest number of points for completing each timed activity. Collaborate and compete while having fun in the sun; learn about your co-workers while sharing leadership, strengthening communication skills, and sparking innovative thinking. Jumpstart at a conference venue like the Big Sky Resort and Yellowstone Conference Center, a park like Billings’ Pioneer Park, or even your local office offers a memorable and robust team building experience in a condensed timeframe.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Montana
Find out if your team can construct boats as sturdy as the rafts that float down the Smith River or sailboats that tour Flathead Lake in our high energy and fun Build a Boat program. Blend this experiential program with Active Forum at a venue like the Big EZ Lodge, and take your entire staff through a comprehensive process to identify and address areas needing improvement within your organization.
Some of our many other Montana locations:
- Great Falls
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