• Group size: 40 – 200
  • Playground required: factory yard, park or beach
  • Location: nationwide
  • Benefit: mindfulness, motivation, coordination, goal setting, time management, idea sharing

Stephen R. Covey, an Ameriacan educator and businessman, the author of several international bestsellers, one of these is “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”. This is one of the best self-improvement books that has been translated into 38 different languages ​​with 25 million copies worldwide. He presents a framework for individual effectiveness. However, this can also be applied to a team, as a team is made up of many individuals.

All business growth is propelled by your employees through personal fulfillment and how they work together as a team. Their skills and attitudes define your corporate culture and ultimately your capacity for development. If you want to do great things, you need people who can bring out the best in themselves and others. To do that task, Exotic Vietnam simulates 7 habits mentioned by Stephen R. Covey to become 7 interesting team building challenges, consisting of Be proactive, Begin with the end in mind, Put first things first, Think win-win, Seek first to understand – then to be understood, Synergize, and Sharpen the saw. Both the successes or failures of games, your employees will draw meaningful lessons in team building and business realities. Theoretical teaching, practical monitoring and alignment of lectures with business goals can be consulted and taught by the experienced staff of PACE Institue of Management.

With all of this attraction, plus your next outing trip is coming soon, it’s not surprising that the “7 habits …” concept is a choice in the priority list. Share with us to figure out the best way to build a program that meets your corporate objectives.