Team Building in Omaha, Nebraska
Omaha rolls out the red carpet for team building and corporate training events in this customer service and call center capital. Outside of your meeting rooms, teams can bond while enjoying top-notch attractions like the Henry Doorly Zoo, the shops, restaurants and brick streets in the Old Market historic district, and an exciting music scene.
Interactive Team Performance Challenges in Omaha
Team Performance Challenges spotlights team dynamics and strategy in this fun and interactive team building activity. Our expert facilitators lead your group through this powerful program to create an open learning environment in which participants share personal and team insights and make connections back to workplace issues.
Small teams engage in a customized series of interactive and thought-provoking activity stations set up indoors in meeting rooms such as those at the Embassy Suites Omaha or outside at a park like Memorial Park. After each activity, our facilitators lead focused discussions to elicit team members’ reflections on maximizing individual involvement, leadership and participation roles, and effective planning. We’ll help your Omaha business team discover their strengths, and then leverage them to develop individually and as a cohesive and effective work team.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Omaha
Start your group’s day off with Leader’s Role in Stages of Team Development, a workshop designed to help leaders set and reach goals, motivate team members, resolve conflicts and achieve lasting success. Then head out to Village Pointe shopping center or another Omaha retail location for our philanthropic Play for the Kids scavenger hunt, and have fun with your coworkers while giving back to the community. Teams search for specific items, collect points along the way and participate in shopping challenges in which the purchases are donated to excited Omaha kids.
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