Imagine that you could associate sport with environmental protection. With Move Sports you can. Trees and shrubs have been placed on your sports field for many reasons. They bring a lot of value in terms of amenities and shade to a sports facility. However, the presence of trees, in the world, is even more important. Trees are the mainstays of the world, both for humans and the environment.
Last September we delivered another remarkable event, this time for Procter & Gamble, that brought almost 600 employees from all over the world to Lisbon for their Football World Cup, with male and female teams competing.
After a very successful experience in 2017, P&G chose Move Sports once again to organize its P&G FWC. This included not only the sports organization but also the accommodation, receptions, social programmes, and all the logistics of such a huge event.
Even though technology allows teams to work together from anywhere in the world, that doesn’t automatically mean that they will work well together. And one of the best benefits of team building activities is that, if well planned, your team will become more cohesive and grow stronger without even realizing it.
The results of these activities include decreased workplace conflict and heightened employee satisfaction. So, how can you do it? With Move Sports.
Sports have played a central role in the post-Covid recovery of cities, countries, and even in the promotion of touristic destinations, a little everywhere.
Nowadays, it has become clear that companies gain by investing in the development of more empathetic teams, whether through team-building initiatives, personal development workshops, or social gatherings, among other strategies that stimulate personal relationships and therefore build stronger and more cohesive teams and companies.
The COVID-19 pandemic, which abruptly invaded our daily lives in mid-March 2020, made organizations and employees alike adhere to new working models and make use of their ability to adapt and overcome. After these two atypical years, and now that it seems we have seen the worst of it, activities that bring people closer together, such as team-building events, will assume a prominent position in 2022.