- Connect to the who, what and why
- Physical challenges made fun
They’ve completed enough trust falls to know that they don’t walk away trusting anyone any more or less than before. Getting a group of people together and giving them a problem to solve with the ‘simple’ instructions to ‘think outside the box’ does not a teambuilding activity make.
It’s time to provide your attendees with teambuilding activities they’ll enjoy and that will make a difference, both professionally and personally.
Consider Odyssey Teams, with their hands-on bicycle building, furniture fixing and playhouse building programs that give back to the communities you meet in.
“We get people connected to who they are, who they work with, what they do at work and why they do it,” said Bill John, Odyssey Teams’ president and co-founder. “In turn, that helps them improve their connections to customers, customer service and their lives outside the office.”
For the more adventurous teams that don’t mind a little physical activity, there’s GORUCK Solutions, providing unconventional teambuilding events based on their collective experiences of Special Forces and intelligence professionals.
“We get people connected to who they are, who they work with, what they do at work and why they do it.”
From completing mission-based scenarios in the underground world of spies and operators to interactive lectures on the fundamental principles of teamwork, leadership and communication, GORUCK Solutions customizes events perfect for your team.
“Think of rucking as fun and social fitness. You’re walking with some weight on your back, you’re talking to your friends, both the ones you show up with and the ones you meet,” said Jason McCarthy, GORUCK founder. “Rucking brings people together and it makes the beers taste better. What’s not to love?”
Share the unique and exciting teambuilding programs you’re planning for your meetings and events by contacting us at Editor@MidwestMeetings.com.