4 Team Activities for a Distanced Group Retreat
Staying connected as a team is one of the most important aspects of work culture, but in a time where gathering in the same office every day isn’t possible it’s more difficult to maintain that connection. While large-scale retreats may not be feasible, small group gatherings are a welcome escape from virtual meetings and give teams a chance to reconnect.
If you’re looking for space and distance, a 1000 acre peninsula in northern MN, with plenty of shoreline on Gull Lake, fits the bill. Madden’s spacious grounds provide plenty of space to stroll, explore, and dine without worry of overcrowded spaces. While you could spend plenty of time taking in the scenery, the real fun comes in the form of team building activities.
Channel your inner lumberjack and take a few practice throws–Axe Throwing is right on target for an engaging, yet distanced, team building activity. You might think it looks easy, but just wait until you’ve tried your hand at it!
Take a shot at something a little different! If your team is up for something new, Trap Shooting is a great option. It’s a challenge for everyone, and even novices at the sport will have a great time.
Golf is one of the best social distancing activities, and it provides even larger groups with a little friendly competition. Madden’s golf team can assist with coordinating tee times and live scoring for your group.
Biking the Trails
Small groups looking to stay active can explore the local bike trails and all the scenery they have to offer.