While our music team building programs have grown by 50 percent this year, worldwide, we’ve also doubled the number of team building programs in Nashville during the past twelve months. The popularity of the ABC TV show “Nashville” and the recent opening of the Music City Center in 2013 are contributing factors to this growth. Combined with Nashville’s storied history as an incubator for great music, there’s good reason to see an increase in inquiries from diverse clients across the globe. Groups are coming to Nashville to work, to play and to engage. I am, of course, partial to my own company’s music based team building. It’s a great fit to Make Music In Music City. But there are other options for team building programs in Nashville. Here are some ideas to consider to help you find the best fit for your group.
Team Building Programs In Nashville
- Since Nashville’s grown as a conference destination, it now has companies that offer the popular GPS themed challenges. These include things like scavenger hunts or amazing race events. These activities take advantage of the great sights to see. But you may want to avoid scheduling these during July and August, unless your team loves heat and humidity!
- My friend and talented Lego facilitator, Jody Lentz is based in Nashville – Yes I did say Lego facilitator! I’ve taken part in Jody’s program and it’s engaging and productive. This is one of my favorite team building programs in Nashville.
Musical Team Building
- We have several great options for musical events. Believe it or not, you can create your own theme song in a general session – plenary event. Whether you have 100 or 1,000 people, we’ll get everyone working together as songwriters. This is an interactive musical conference energizer with a powerful take-away that you create, Your Song. Or, if you have time in your agenda for small group team building, you can break into teams to create multiple songs and then take the stage for a team song performance competition with awards.
As Nashville’s become a world class city, the team building programs in Nashville have become world class too. And that’s another great reason to plan a conference in Music City.