Team Building in Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake City’s metropolitan comfort and convenience surrounded by Rocky Mountain adventure brings extra excitement to team building or corporate training programs. Mountain vistas with snow-capped peaks and many year-round resorts within an hour’s drive from the city’s international airport provide ample meeting space for your next company retreat.
Deep Dive Team Building in Salt Lake City
A sophisticated scavenger hunt with your very own business theme, our Deep Dive program deepens your team’s understanding of your organization’s most critical business initiatives in a dynamic and unique way. Take your team on an experiential adventure in best business practices in a fun, bustling Salt Lake City retail destination such as City Creek Center right across from historic Temple Square. In small teams, your group takes on a series of challenges involving observation, comparing, contrasting, and searching for examples of work concepts. Success depends on your team’s ability to gather and synthesize a variety of data, work to a deadline and collaborate. Enjoy the open-air plazas, fountains, and upscale shops as Deep Dive participants explore and connect to topics such as quality, innovation, employee motivation or branding.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Salt Lake City
Shake things up with our Countdown team building program at Antelope Island State Park or Red Butte Garden. Small teams rotate through a series of challenges similar to NBC’s Minute-To-Win-It, practicing concentration, visual memory or quick eye-hand coordination. Take on another kind of adventure and find out from your team what is working at what needs improvement during our Hybrid SWOT. The spacious meeting rooms and outdoor event space at Snowbasin Sun Valley Resort provide an ideal setting for this discussion.
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