Clients

Looking for testimonials and reviews of team building events? The Leader’s Institute ® has conducted team building events for many of both the largest and smallest companies in the world. We offer dozens of different types of team building activities. Below is a list of some of our clients, a list of the customer reviews of team building events, and a few case studies.

Team Building Clients



Reviews of Team Building Events

Reviews of Team Building Events

by Jennifer Yommer on Build-A-Bike ®

Outstanding event. Team started out unsure what they were in for and finished the event two hours later, pumped and excited to have been a part of it. Never disappointed.

by Angie Roell on Build-A-Bike ®

Scott did a great job with this event. He brought a level of enthusiasm to the event that was contagious and did a good job keeping the group on task and engaged. We had a lot of fun and at the end of the event we had bikes to donate and go to a great cause. It was a win-win situation!

by Elaine Karp on Camaraderie Quest

Thank you for a great event! The team loved it!

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Team Building Case Studies

  • Union League Boys and Girls Clubs Benefit From SXC’s Teamwork in Chicago Over 100 people from SXC Health Solutions came together to build teamwork in Chicago with a Build-A-Bike ® Team Building Event. After hours of fun, laughter, and teamwork 16 bikes were completely assembled and given to children from the Union League Boys and Girls Clubs of Chicago. River West Meetings planned the event for SXC ...
  • Intel Corporation Build-A-Bike In San Antonio Texas Intel Corporation hosted the Build-A-Bike ® event at the JW Marriott Hill Country Resort and Spa in San Antonio Texas for 600 people, known as Techfest. Intel is a global corporation, with more than half of Intel’s manufacturing done in the United States. Intel’s U.S. investments have made it one of the top employers in ...
  • Florida Hospitals Donned Costumes and Built Some Bikes And Their Team in Orlando, Florida Florida Hospitals met to build some bikes, and become a better team in Orlando, Florida.  Under the spell of Disney,  that makes anything possible, they played dress up, and created a little magic for area kids.  Viking hats, and horns aside, there was learning to done and bikes to be built.  The participants learned how ...
  • Direct Energy Build-a-Bike in Tulsa, Oklahoma Direct Energy of Tulsa, Oklahoma hosted a Build-a-Bike event in their new facility on S Yale Ave with 30 team leaders. Many of the participants commute from Houston & Dallas to Tulsa, so Linda Coleman of Direct Energy was looking for an event to help collaborate and bring everyone together on the same page. The event helped ...
  • 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 ...
  • Electronic Arts Gives Back to Community with a Build-A-Bike Team Building Event in San Francisco When one of the biggest names in video games wanted to host an event to promote teamwork within their marketing department, they decided to participate in a Build-A-Bike ® team building event. Over sixty employees of Electronic Arts marketing department gathered in San Francisco California to participate in an event that would help improve their ...
  • Rocket Fuel blasts off with Build-A-Bike Team Event in Las Vegas, Nevada Rocket Fuel held their annual sales meeting for over 70 of their employees in Las Vegas, Nevada recently and included a Build-A-Bike® charity team building that resulted in 14 children receiving bikes. Rocket Fuel is a digital media company driving campaign results from awareness to sales. Like their name suggests, they seemed to be powered by ...

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