Utilizing the latest technology and building on people’s intrinsic need for fun and connectivity, Geoteaming™ immerses participants in an adventure requiring team skills and collaboration for success. The most effective teambuilding experiences offer experiential learning; with
Geoteaming, it’s all hands on!
• Meetings that need an energizing and engaging
activity to bring people together
• Groups that prioritize multiple activities and
decide which will have the greatest return
• Teams that must quickly match skill with task
to create maximum output
• Groups that need an increase in familiarity and
How Geoteaming™ Works
Geoteaming™ uses technology to create adventure for teams in both urban and rural settings. Geoteaming™ uses the gadgets people love to get their hands on: GPS receivers, Pocket PCs, 2-way radios and digital cameras. Based on the
sport of Geocaching, teams are challenged to locate hidden containers worth various revenue amounts. Teams decipher visual and written clues to chart their course . . . then it’s up to them to design and execute a strategy to achieve their
team and company goals.
Advanced Team Training Engages and Inspires
At Synergy, we believe that people are intrinsically smart and that they have more fun when they are challenged.
Geoteaming™ works on this principle. The clues are ingenious, the goals challenging; success requires each person’s unique contribution. Not your parents’ goofy
scavenger hunt, this high-tech learning adventure has direct application to your work environment, expertly highlighted by a trained facilitator in the final debrief.
Multiple options are available for customization, from designs that explore the importance and challenge of cross-team collaboration to designs for straight-out competition. We also offer designs based on the game of Clue. It is rumored that the next design includes iPhones, so stay tuned!
• Develop your strategy “muscles”
• Understand the process of collaborating
across teams and geographies
• Explore the importance of communication up,
down and across teams and boundaries
• Practice effective planning and execution as