Team Building in Nebraska
Get off the beaten path with team building and corporate training in Nebraska’s nooks and crannies. Not far from the flat land along the main roads, Nebraska offers unique landscapes and monuments like the Badlands’ moonscapes and towering Chimney Rock along with rolling hills, waterfalls, and gorgeous sunsets.
Play Golf for Goodness Sake in Nebraska
Nebraska’s limitless vistas and diverse wind-swept terrain inspire golfers nationwide and lend ideas to teams designing mini golf courses in our Golf for Goodness Sake. At Nebraska venues like the Lied Lodge & Conference Center, your team members take on the roles of designers, engineers and builders competing for the best mini-golf hole in this entertaining and portable team building activity. The building materials – canned goods and boxed dry goods – enable your group to help your local Nebraska community by donating them to a food bank or homeless shelter at the end of the program. As teams develop themes and obstacles out of soup cans and noodle boxes, they practice skills vital to their daily work including planning, problem-solving, and communication skills. You’ll cap off the event by playing a Tournament round on your co-workers’ new mini-golf holes.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Nebraska
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 at a venue like the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln. Then give the team a chance to practice new ways of working together as they attempt engaging challenges like those in NBC’s Minute-To-Win-It in our Countdown team building activity at a local park like Ponca State Park.
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