You are about to enter another dimension of team building. A dimension not only of sight and sound, but of mind. A journey into the wondrous land of imaginative team building. Next stop – the Wildly Unique zone…
We’re thinking if you took the time to look around a website for a company called Wildly Different, you’d be open to hosting a team building activity that is as unique as our name would suggest. These are the ones to consider when you want your guests to call, email, Share and Tweet, “Look what I got to do today!” Because after all, if you’re going to do an event, why not make it memorable?
This small group activity takes participants on a “photo tour” of an interesting area such as a resort, local park, or downtown district led by professional photographer Rinat Halon. Participants learn a variety of photography techniques they can immediately put to use to get better photos with any camera – even smartphones!
Teams show their creativity as they design and build their own carnival games using only cardboard and the limited supplies provided. The second half of the event has the guests trying out the other teams’ creations and voting for their favorite game. Alternately, this event becomes a charitable activity as underprivileged children attend the event to play the games and earn fun prizes.
This unique culinary event celebrates New World Cuisine as celebrity chef and author Chef Norman Van Aken leads the group through a hands-on session while he shares interesting stories from the culinary world.
These sweet chariots may swing low, but spirits are sure to be high! Teams build chariots to carry them home across the finish line of an obstacle-filled racecourse.
Usually when you talk about produce and heat in the same sentence, it's time for dinner. But, not in this team building activity! Teams create racecars out of fruit, vegetables and materials provided. Then, race them on pinewood derby-type tracks in a series of heats to determine the overall winner.