Team Building in Wisconsin
Traditional Mid-West culture blends with cutting-edge industry in the cities of Wisconsin. From the metropolitan city of Madison to the shores of Lake Michigan, professional development and team building are high priorities for Wisconsin companies.
GeoTrek teams discover Wisconsin
Our GeoTrek team building event blends adventure and technology into a treasure hunt that includes GPS units, maps, clues and “on-the-go” challenges in Madison, Milwaukee and Lake Geneva. Teams of 4-5 people use GPS units, maps and clues to navigate between the four lakes of Madison and shore-side trails and beautiful homes of Lake Geneva. Your strategy on the Milwaukee GeoTrek may be to head out to locate hidden caches further afield (and worth more points) in Kilbourn town or to make a detailed plan that covers nearby points at Veteran’s Park. GeoTrek, an unforgettable activity, evokes discovery of a different kind of intelligence, true out-of-the-box thinking, so relevant for cross-functional teams in ever-changing work environments.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Wisconsin
Consider a shelter at beautiful Wisconsin park such as Mirror Lake Park in Baraboo for our popular, facilitator-led Team Performance Challenges program. This series of problem-solving activities guides small teams in using strategic planning skills and collaborative communication skills. If you are looking to add corporate training to your retreat, consider our powerful Storytelling workshop which helps leaders share important messages in a compelling manner. The Grand Lake Geneva Resort or the Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake makes for a perfect backdrop for this learning.
Some of our many other Wisconsin locations:
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