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regalado1 02-10-2010 11:24 AM

Hey all. <BR> <BR>I'm looking for some team building camps, excercises, places, etc. information. Got a group of about 25 or so. We are located in the central valley area. Open to suggestions. Very diverse group. <BR> <BR>Any ideas or suggestions on places to look into? <BR> <BR>Thanks.

mammoth 02-10-2010 12:08 PM

Hope this thread takes off...I need to know the same. Valley or Bay Area works for me.

megsswm 02-10-2010 12:21 PM

Depending on how far you want to travel there are some great outdoor programs up in the foothills. <BR><a href="http://www.malode.com/challengecourse/ropes.html?gclid=CKThno7M6J8CFSgtawodjH31Gg" target="_blank">http://www.malode.com/challengecourse/ropes.html?gclid=CKThno7M6J8CFSgtawodjH31Gg</a> <BR> <BR>or Moaning Caverns in Calaveras county can arrange special programs for groups with climbing sessions, etc. I have done it with a group and it was a great team building experience. <BR> <BR>I know there are a few other ropes courses and camps up this way that offer these types of programs as well.

tinytdubb 02-10-2010 5:02 PM

Do you need it to be guided? How about a snowmobile trip in Bear Valley?

hbguy 02-10-2010 5:07 PM

This isn't exactly "team building" as I think of it, but a company excursion that does well in building camaraderie is go kart racing like this place -- <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.k1speed.com/" target="_blank">http://www.k1speed.com/</a>

ralph 02-10-2010 5:35 PM

Best possible team building exercises were explored by South African rugby during the preparation for the 2003 work cup, the fabled Kamp Staaldraad system. Some of the highlights include: <BR> * The team was ordered to climb into a foxhole naked and sing the national anthem while ice-cold water was poured over their heads. During their time in the hole, recordings of God Save the Queen ( England's national anthem) and the New Zealand All Blacks haka were played at full volume. <BR> * It was confirmed that firearms were present at the camp, although reports varied as to whether they were ever pointed at anyone. <BR> * The players were forced to crawl naked across gravel. <BR> * They also were ordered to spend a night in the bush, during which they were to kill and cook chickens, but not eat them. <BR> <BR>Hahahhaha, awesome. <BR>Source: <a href="http://www.economicexpert.com/a/Kamp:Staaldraad.htm" target="_blank">http://www.economicexpert.com/a/Kamp:Staaldraad.htm</a>

wstr01 02-12-2010 10:31 AM

I attended a teamwork class yesterday at work. Not very effective since only half of the "team" was there. The ones that didn't show up are the ones that need it the most. <BR> <BR>You should rent a paintball facility during the week. Let them go out and shoot each other. They will soon realize that if they don't communicate, trust, rely, strategize and work as a team, they will get their butts kicked by the team that does. Everything that happens on the field can be applied in the work place (it just happens at a MUCH faster pace). It's a great learning experience (and really fun too).


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