Team Building in West Virginia
Team building and corporate training events find peaceful retreat locations throughout wild and wonderful West Virginia. Within a day’s scenic drive from a number of mid-Atlantic cities, West Virginia’s spectacular mountains, swirling rivers, and scenic countryside offer a welcome change of pace from the rush of everyday life.
Breakthrough Trek in West Virginia
Amazing things happen with a break from the ordinary, so get away with us in the extraordinary outdoors of West Virginia. We’ll transport you and your team to a setting without inhibiting conventions that delights and encourages free, open, and honest conversation. As you walk in pairs and small groups along the trails such as those in the George Washington National Forest, the lack of everyday distractions and stress will naturally unleash your creative brainstorming. We guide focused discussion centering on pre-determined topics, changing partners, moving on to new topics and reconvening as a group to take stock and reflect. Together you’ll discover and share new ideas, capturing and prioritizing them for more in-depth exploration at a later time. Away from the office experiencing a new setting, teams become far more cohesive and strengthen their bonds. You can choose an easy stroll for your Breakthrough Trek or add a physical challenge as we climb an Appalachian mountain peak in the Monongahela National Forest. Take your team away from it all to breathe some fresh air into your work.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in West Virginia
Our GeoTrek adventure in Stonewall Jackson State Park sends teams out to explore the lake, trails, forest and fields in a treasure hunt that includes GPS units, maps, clues and “on-the-go” challenges. Set the stage for the GeoTrek at nearby Stonewall Resort with an Interpersonal Feedback workshop, an interactive training on giving and receiving effective feedback.
Some of our many other West Virginia locations:
- Asking Questions - October 9, 2019
- Tips For Thriving as a Multi-Generational Workplace - June 20, 2019
- Real Work Office Design - March 3, 2019