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often new team leaders emerge in this relaxed environment.”


“Employees are a company’s most valuable asset and the addition of team building activities has been known to bring out the hidden talents of even the quietest person on the team. These activities also establish trust, promote creativity, motivate employees, and most of all, increase productivity back at the office,” she continues.


Normandy Farm has become known for its total guest experience, and team building activities are a critical compo- nent of the property’s success.


“Just as you would top off your pie with ice cream, our clients choose one of our many team building options to cap off their meeting,” Mandel explains. “We have the perfect setting for team building given our expansive indoor and outdoor landscape. In addition,


we have a robust menu of activities designed to meet the interest and budget of our varied clientele. Best of all, clients do not have to leave the property to have an amazing team bonding experience, because we bring all the of fun to them.”


Normandy Farm offers several experi- ential team building activities and con- stantly monitors trends in team build- ing to expand its already extensive menu of hands-on fun and learning.


“All of our events are instructor-led by our professional lineup of team build- ing facilitators,” notes Mandel. “Each experience allows participants to become immersed in a totally different scenario, like a custom murder mystery, culinary team building, or an escape the room activity. In many cases, partic- ipants are not even aware that they are learning something new because they are having so much fun trying to solve the presented challenge.”


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As a gourmet culinary retreat destina- tion, Normandy Farm Hotel and Conference Center carries that theme throughout a number of its team build- ing events, explains Mandel. “As a result, our culinary team building activ- ity enjoys the number one spot in pop- ularity. Everyone dresses the part in their kitchen whites and teams up to challenge each other to be the top chefs. Our Bake Shop team building is an abbreviated version of the culinary program, and is perfect for groups who are crunched for time - and maybe budget.”


“Our newest program, Mixology, is our winning recipe for a top-shelf bonding experience,” she continues. “It’s social. It’s casual. It’s interactive. And it just might go down in your company histo- ry as the best team building activity ever.”


Many corporate clients at Normandy Farm want to build some downtime


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