Team Building in Memphis, Tennessee
Get your team moving to a new beat with team building and corporate training in Memphis, the birth place of rock ‘n’ roll and the blues. The largest city on the Mississippi River, “Bluff City” draws visitors to its famous sites like Graceland and Beale Street, delicious barbeque, and amazing music, and fascinating history.
Pursuit Team Building in Memphis
Overton Park in downtown Memphis offers a perfect outdoor destination to hold our competitive, multi-tasking Pursuit program. Outfitted with backpacks containing self-directed challenges, instructions and other supplies, your small teams use strategic planning skills while moving through a series of problem-solving activities. Team members develop leadership skills while building relationships as they solve interactive challenges and complete collaborative photo assignments. While Pursuit is a timed event, it is not a race but rather a “friendly competition.” The combination of sophisticated physical, intellectual and creative challenges offers something for everyone. Enhance your retreat with the portability of Pursuit, which can be held at many of Memphis’ lovely parks or indoor venues like the meeting rooms at the Westin Memphis Beale Street.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Memphis
Drawing inspiration from the arches of the Hernando DeSoto Bridge across the Mississippi, teams construct two halves of a bridge in separate locations while improving their communication skills in our Build a Bridge program. Add on to this fun problem-solving challenge and develop an effective process for your team to discover the best solutions in your everyday work with our Problem-solving for Teams workshop at a retreat location like the River Inn Hotel.
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