Team Building in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Your team building or corporate training program in Lake Geneva is treated to a picturesque setting with many nearby adventures in the quaint resort town. With its authentic, turn-of-the-century charm, bucolic setting amidst rolling hills and rural vistas, and first-class hotels and cuisine, your team can relax and focus on your event.
Explore Lake Geneva with GeoTrek
Search for clues in Lake Geneva’s historic architecture or wander through the backyards of waterfront mansions as you take part in the high-tech scavenger hunt, GeoTrek. Whether your group begins this exciting team challenge at your Main Street hotel or at Library Park, this adventure will encourage your small teams of four to strategize and play to their team members’ strengths to accrue points. GPS units, maps and clues assist the teams as they navigate the nooks and crannies of downtown Lake Geneva and its waterfront. On-the-go challenges include mental puzzles, innovative photo assignments and learning more about your team members. Locals and visitors alike achieve the most success through practicing teamwork skills including clarifying roles, identifying strengths and collaborating.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Lake Geneva
Just a few minutes from downtown Lake Geneva, your team can explore risk-taking, leadership, communication, and coaching as you scale climbing walls and swing on a flying trapeze with your team during our Ropes Course team building program. Blend this experiential program with Active Forum, a process to identify and address areas needing improvement within your organization. Programs can be held at hotel conference spaces such as the Grand Geneva Resort or at local parks like Big Foot Beach State Park.
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