Corporate Team Building Events in New York City

We recently led a corporate team building event at one of the Abigail Kirsch Catering locations in New York. Of all their locations, Pier 60 is my personal favorite for corporate team building events in New York City. Pier 60 overlooks the Hudson River. In fact it’s right on the river with spectacular views. I travel the US and the world facilitating my team building with music program. And I always try to find a local connection wherever we work. It’s fun to lean toward the blues in Chicago or country music in the south. And for New York…it’s such a melting pot that anything goes.

Corporate Team Building Events – NYC

Row New York offers corporate team building events that will get you out of the office and out of your safe zone, but without scaring you too much. Being on any river around New York offers perspective and inspiring views. Brooklyn is certainly hot right now and the Brooklyn Winery in Williamsburg is worth considering. This skews toward the, I just wanna have fun side of team building. BizBash has suggestions on their blog guide for corporate team building events in New York City. It’s worth a read. Part of any team building activity is overcoming some sort of challenge – accomplishing something as a group. For groups visiting the Big Apple an organized scavenger hunt may be enough of a challenge. For out of towners, there’s great satisfaction that comes with knowing you can navigate the urban jungle!
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Corporate Team Building Events Can Calm The New York Minute

Let’s face it. There’s nothing like the energy of New York but it cuts both ways. New Yorkers are uniquely intense and in a hurry. But we don’t always do our best work that way.  Whatever you decide, choose a team building program that will allow your group to focus inward. Leave the hustle and bustle outside your team building program. Your event should help you re-discover the motivation behind your work, the vision and the mission that informs the best of what you do.

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