Team Building in Knoxville, Tennessee
Your next team building or corporate training event in Knoxville takes on the atmosphere of a mountain retreat yet has all the big-city amenities. Nestled between the Cumberland Mountains and the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville boasts a historic downtown and riverfront along the banks of the Tennessee River.
Teams tour Knoxville during GeoTrek
Discover Knoxville’s historical sites, beautiful murals and river views as you take to its charming 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 Knoxville. Your team may want to strategize and race up to Market Square and Gay Street or down to the Worlds Fair Park to locate high-value caches further afield or to explore the Old City and central downtown for more accessible answers. Our GeoTrek enables teams to take a free ride aboard the downtown trolley or log some extra steps by staying on foot. 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 highlights creative thinking which is so relevant for cross-functional teams in constantly changing work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Knoxville
Combine philanthropy and fun with our Golf for Goodness Sake program on the patio at the Hilton Knoxville. Participants blend innovation, imagination, and corporate social responsibility as they build a mini-golf course out of non-perishable food items, and donate items to a local Food Bank following the final Tournament round. Continue focusing on team dynamics with our Stages of Team Development workshop in the meeting rooms at the Knoxville Marriott.
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