Team Building in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The “City of Brotherly Love” sets a supportive and collaborative tone for team building activities and corporate training. The second-largest city on the East Coast, Philadelphia boasts a wealth of American history, delicious cheesesteaks, and outstanding indoor and outdoor venues for bringing your team together for memorable bonding and learning experiences.
Teams tour Philadelphia during GeoTre
Get to know some of Philadelphia’s unique neighborhoods, historical sites, beautiful murals and river views as you take to its friendly streets with our GeoTrek team building program. Blending technology and adventure, teams of 4-5 use a GPS unit, maps and clues to navigate from the heart of downtown Philadelphia past City Hall and through the gates of Chinatown. Your team may want to strategize and race up to the Museum District or across the Schuylkill River to locate high-value caches further afield or to explore the cobblestone streets of old town for more accessible answers. On-the-go challenges, including photo-assignments, help team members to get to know each other on a personal level and encourage problem-solving and collaborative solutions. This unforgettable team building activity draws upon a different kind of intelligence, truly creative thinking, so relevant for cross-functional teams in constantly changing work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Philadelphia
Less than an hour from the city center, your team can explore risk-taking, leadership, communication, and coaching as they descend a 70 foot rappel or balance across a “tight rope” during a High and Low Ropes Course. Combine this with our Communication Skills workshop for more in-depth professional development focused on effective speaking and active listening for greater communication success.
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