Team Building in Madison, Wisconsin
For your next team building or corporate event, let the glittering lakes of Madison welcome your team. The state capital and home of the University of Wisconsin, Madison offers more restaurants per capita than any other American city along with amazing breweries, wineries, and natural and artistic beauty.
GeoTrek teams explore Madison
Explore the many sides of Madison while enjoying the thrill of pinpointing virtual caches in hidden corners of the City of Lakes. Our GeoTrek team building event will take your team on a high-tech treasure hunt through the streets, quads, parks, and waterfronts of Madison. Teams of 4-5 set out from Camp Randall with GPS units, maps, clues and “on-the-go” challenges. While some may head for the high-value points down near Lake Wingra or Greenbush, others may soak up the college atmosphere and the history and culture downtown as they collect lower value caches. As you race around Madison, you’ll also be able to pick up points and learn more about your team members with On-the-go challenges like mental puzzles and innovative photo assignments. Your work team finds solid work applications in the areas clarifying roles, identifying strengths and collaborating.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Madison
Discover your team members’ hidden skills and talents as you tackle elaborate problem-solving exercises to light-hearted contests with our Jumpstart team building activity. This condensed version of Pursuit works well at a local park like Vilas Park or in your meeting rooms at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center. Blend this team building experience with our powerful Emissary Process as a way to provide interdepartmental feedback with the goal of better communication and developing helpful agreements.
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