In Central and West Tennessee, you can arrange collective creativity and collaborative experiences that your team will embrace—and remember—for years to come. Depending on the group’s goals, meeting planners have a variety of ideas to choose from when meeting in Nashville, Memphis, Jackson or Hardin County.
Applying elements of game playing—like competition, scoring points and rules of play—can enhance your event. Follow these gamification tips from Alex Plaxen and Will Curran to get started for little to no cost.
From ziplining and cruising the lake to cooking and wine tasting, Lake Geneva offers an array of possibilities for off-site events and excursions.
Utah’s beautiful landscapes will inspire groups during year-round, but the spring and summer months, which bring particularly gorgeous weather and lower room rates, are especially appealing to groups who’d like to include outdoor pursuits and travel to off-site events as part of the meeting itinerary.
Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort & Spa, Philippines launched Collabor8, an interactive teambuilding program that utilizes the resort’s secluded island location and surrounding natural beauty.
The Bird Box Challenge Teambuilding Event, offered by Fort Lee, New Jersey’s Teambuilding on the Edge, is causing alarm in the meetings industry due to the risk of injury or death it poses for participants.
It’s certainly easy to find adventure in the rugged open spaces of Michigan, but there’s plenty to explore in the towns and cities as well. From group scooter outings in Detroit and brew tours in Grand Rapids and Traverse City to shooting sports in Lansing and a historic escape room in Muskegon, the state offers up unique thrills and teambuilding experiences for any group.
Scenic Lake Geneva is 75 miles southeast of Madison, making it a great getaway for groups pre- or post-function. Here are four things to do in the popular resort city.
Connecticut is best known for amazing historic sites from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War, but the state also has a wide array of outdoor and teambuilding adventures.
One question asked in the 2019 Meetings Today Trends Survey was “What activities do you incorporate into your meetings?” The responses surprised me with golf second highest at 38%; spa/spa activities at 31%; sporting events 26%; and attractions and theme parks 27%. Teambuilding activities were at 53%, the highest of all activities. I reached out to John Chen who is a guru of teambuilding for his thoughts.