Team Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, located equidistant from Los Angeles and New York City, provides a great location for teams to “meet in the middle” for team building and corporate training. Born out of the Western land grab and oil boom, this city’s adventurous and trailblazing roots will inspire your team.
Play Golf for Goodness Sake in Oklahoma City
Take your inspiration from the golf course at the Gaillardia Country Club or the championship courses at Lincoln Park as you design own mini golf course with Golf for Goodness Sake. This fun and portable team building activity also enables your group to help your local community by giving to an Oklahoma City charity. Your group will practice planning, problem-solving, and communication skills as they become designers, engineers and builders competing for the best mini-golf hole. Exercise your creativity by building in themes and obstacles with canned goods and boxed dry goods that you’ll donate afterwards to a local Oklahoma City community food bank or homeless shelter. You’ll cap off the event by playing a Tournament round on your co-workers’ new mini-golf holes. Then you can take your golfing skills out with the pros at a nearby course!
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Oklahoma City
Consider outdoor locations like the parks on the shores of Hefner Lake or use the indoor meeting rooms at the Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center for our popular, facilitator-led Team Performance Challenges program. Discover your team’s strengths and engage strategic planning skills and collaborative communication skills as you complete a series of problem-solving activities. Build on this self-exploration theme with a Team Identification workshop to 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.
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