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PathQuest: Adventures In Leadership: Cool Team Building Game by Designer Alex Strang

We run this team building game for groups sometimes. PathQuest is our own, original game about ‘telling your story’ and inspires sharing, bonding and positive team communication. If you know of a group (any size) that may be interested in booking, let us know!!! High adventure meets healthy group leadership skills! http://phillyhops.com/custom/team_building_games.html If you are […]

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Make a New Year’s Team Resolution: More Positive Teamwork

Here’s a fun (and useful) idea to get your group on focus and forward-thinking. Work with them to create a list of ‘New Year’s team Resolutions’. A few tips: 1. Facilitate a healthy brainstorming session where all group members think, speak, write and share their ideas for resolutions. Give them time to think and jot […]

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Create a Robust Team Building Agenda for 2016

Developing  the communication, leadership and bonding skills for a group can deliver incredible results, especially if a consistent plan is created that guides team members through the entire year. While individual team building events have great impact, an entire curriculum with a positive narrative (that you choose) can immerse your group in a constantly improving […]

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We are a Team Building Company in Washington DC Too!

Although we started our team building company in Philadelphia, we create corporate team events for many other cities. Of note are the team exercises in Washington DC that we produce. And not just in the capitol, but all of the surrounding DC areas, such as: Alexandria, Arlington, Chevy Chase, Crystal City, McLean,  Pentagon City, Silver […]

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Holiday Team Building Program: The Chocolate Train Challenge

Stay on track with your next holiday corporate event and deliver the goods with the Chocolate Train Challenge. A train filled with delicious chocolate is on its way to Holiday Town, but the train bridge is knocked out by a storm….can teams rebuild the bridge in time to save the day? This hilarious game allows […]

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Corporate Team Games in Philadelphia: Leadership and Organizational Development

The City of Brotherly (and Sisterly) love is the natural site for developing healthy team practices where everyone bonds through fun and meaningful experiences. Looking back, it seems to make total sense that the team building programs we produce fit well with the Philadelphia scene. Sure, the city’s history is deep and impor5tance profound. You […]

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Give the Gift of Teamwork! Holiday Team Building Programs For Your Corporate Group

This holiday season, we have even more festive team building and leadership programs than ever before. Why not gift your group with a fun and valuable experience that will leave lasting memories and provide great ROI for your company? Whether it’s an action-packed Holiday MovieMaking Program, a meaningful Philanthropic exercise or delicious Culinary team activity, […]

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What Is Trust Building?

Team Building & Trust Everyone calls it Team Building, yet so much of what we do and aim to do, is based on ‘Trust Building.’ Groups that develop trust make an effort to cultivate “willingness” – the willingness to participate, experience and grow together. They also incorporate individual team member roles when they tackle missions. […]

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