Outdoor Team Challenge Programs
Event Benefits / ROI
- Experience the tremendous impact of effective teamwork and strategy on efficiency
- Demonstrate the importance of communication on reaching strategic goals
- Breakdown barriers amongst various levels of employees
- Provide a highly engaging and entertaining event for employees
WCF Team Building programs are highly engaging and entertaining events that are designed to enhance teamwork and communication, build relationships, improve group problem solving skills and develop strategic planning capabilities. While the Team Challenge provides tangible and specific business benefits, many clients use the Team Challenge simply for the purpose of having a fun and competitive event.
The event begins after the group is broken into teams of approximately 10-15 people. Two teams compete head-to-head at each station with each team actively engaged at all times. Teams rotate through five to eight different activities selected from a multitude of programs customized to meet your unique mission and objectives. Typically, events utilize non-physical activities unless desired. The group that works most effectively as a team wins the competition. The Team Challenge takes place indoors or outdoors at virtually any location in the city or suburbs and upon request, anywhere in the country.
Previous clients include the CEOs and Presidents from a number of Fortune 500 companies, sales teams, companywide groups, new hires, interns and virtually every other group within a large or small company. Event sizes range from as small as four people to as large as 1,000.
- SC Johnson
- MIDAS International
- Tribune Company
Looking to get your employees involved in a friendly tournament style Team Challenge? Make your next Team Challenge an Olympics Challenge. Integrating various Olympic themes into this award-winning team building event offers a great way to build camaraderie amongst employees while getting their competitive juices flowing. Create your own “Olympic moments” for your next event with the Olympics Challenge.