2 Minutes of Fame!

“Twenty plus years of Odyssey work, our entire teams efforts, millions of air miles, countless presentations to groups around the world and now a two … Read the rest


Hey Nancy, That Build-A-Bike charity program is great for Team Building – Unless it has nothing to do with building the team!

You are a gem, Nancy. You get it. It’s just brutal to hear another of the dozens of “Team Building” companies who copied our invention … Read the rest


Odyssey Client, NetApp is named “Third Best Multinational Work Place”

Odyssey client, NetApp was just given the honor of “Third Best Multinational Work Place” according to greatplacetowork.com. We are extremely proud, yet not surprised. Over … Read the rest


Changing Colors & Dropping Leafs

Our world-renowned philanthropic team building programs are custom designed to match the goals/themes of the group. A charitable component is always in the mix. Often … Read the rest


A Good Way to Wake Up!

Our “give back” teambuilding programs wake people up. We like to say “Knock ‘em Alive!” to our delivery team before we start our philanthropic sessions. … Read the rest


X Marks the Spot

People’s votes are heard around the world at Odyssey’s Teambuilding Philanthropic programs such as Helping Hands, Life Cycles and Playhouse Challenge. In a recent week … Read the rest


The Rebuilding of a Brand: The Possibilites are Endless

The Rebuilding of a Brand: The Possibilites are Endless I dropped by the Apple Store in NYC after doing a program for Microsoft. I know… … Read the rest


iDisorder – Unplugged, Live – it’s Odyssey Teams!

iDisorder – Unplugged, Live – it’s Odyssey Teams! “iDisorder: Understanding our obsession with Technology and overcoming its hold on us” is a new book by … Read the rest


Environment and Opportunity!

Environment and Opportunity! 220 people changed the lives of 44 youth and vice versa. This all took place in a warehouse in East Los Angeles … Read the rest


Small Team Builds Hands and Changes Lives

Small Team Builds Hands and Changes Lives When I was asked to do our Helping Hands philanthropic teambuilding program for a group of six people, … Read the rest