Chicago Illinois Team Building Events
The Leader’s Institute – Chicago ®
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Team Building Events in Chicago, Illinois
We have three team building instructors in the greater Chicago, IL area, so if you are looking for Chicago Illinois team building events, we have a number of options for you. The downtown Chicago area and the Magnificent Mile are fantastic areas to conduct a Camaraderie Quest. The Navy Pier is also a popular option for this high tech scavenger hunt. Other popular team building events for the area include the Build-A-Bike ® program and the Rescue Bear ® activity. Some of our big clients in the region include McDonald’s, Astellas, General Electric (GE), and Abbott, but we do hundreds of events in Chicagoland every year. Our local instructors also cover Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin and as far as Indianapolis, Indiana.
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A Few Recent Chicago Illinois Team Building Events.
- Castrol BP Bike Team Building in Chicago, Illinois I recently had the pleasure to facilitate some bike team building in Chicago, Illinois for smart group of people from Castrol, a part of BP. This group wanted the focus of their holiday event to be about giving to others. Castrol found The Leaders Institute ® Build-A-Bike ® event and thought it was a perfect ...
- World Fuel Services Build-A-Bike in Chicago, IL World Fuel Services met in a gorgeous wood paneled room at Chicago’s luxurious Four Seasons hotel for a small but heartfelt Build-A-Bike ® event. Fifteen executives from World Fuel Services met to compete in three teams. World Fuel Services is a Fortune 100 company and a global leader in fuel logistics. The executives were from ...
- United Conveyor Offers Bike Team Building at Chicago Leadership Conference United Conveyor, a 95 year old a family owned business decided to offer a (Build-A-Bike ®) bike team building during the second day of their yearly Chicago leadership conference. The goal of the conference was to help teams to “work better collaboratively and improve their communication.” The forty participants included the President CFO and VPs ...