SAIL AND TEAM (Sailing Team Building in Amalfi Coast)
A shared experience to feel part of a team.
In a global economic environment where you need 100% commitment of each employee, it has now become inescapable to integrate professional techniques into a serene emotional sphere.
Team building activities help to pursue a double goal: stress releasing and building or consolidating good relationships among colleagues.
Those activities should be exciting, challenging and engaging to leave good memories in the participants. Our sailing team-building is the perfect option.
Imagine a context that is not the office or the desk, but a beautiful sailing boat ploughing through the waves with a team made by your colleagues with whom you will share the joys and the hard times.
A double training
Work teams often meet to discuss various issues or to celebrate good business results: they generally do it in meeting rooms, at the office, at the workplace. A sailing team-building experience goes far and beyond that: not an office room but a comfortable and elegant sailing boat, not a simple meeting but a “perspective challenge” experience.
Sailing as a relational experience
Sharing an experience creates strong relationships: it is true in every aspect of life and work is no exception. With a sailing team-building experience, you can achieve the best possible results for your team…adding the chance to navigate from the Gulf of Naples, with its famous islands and the divine Amalfi Coast. Organizing a sailing team-building will boost unity in your business team and stimulate the idea of healthy success, so precious in a work environment.
Success is also built on a sailing boat
Sailing team-building is not only an original idea to meet and get together, but it is also a good way to demonstrate the success of a team. The idea of sailing onboard a well-equipped sailboat with colleagues and friends will surely be appreciated. Successful experience as a sailing race event will lead to important achievements pushing individuals into overcoming their limits.