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.
Sports leadership is a much debated and studied phenomenon, with various theories and visions by several authors around it. Currently, sports leadership models get applied a lot to company management and performance goals.
Some countries, such as Portugal, are getting a rip on the COVID-19 pandemic and proceeding with the vaccination process at an encouraging pace. Concurrently, the number of team meetings is already increasing exponentially. In the future, with or without remote work, companies will continue to look at fostering that team spirit that supports the productivity of their businesses.
Seiko Hashimoto is the new head of the Olympic Games. Last February, Japan's Seiko Hashimoto was appointed President of the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee, replacing Yoshiro Mori, who resigned after making sexist remarks, associating the committee meetings' lack of productivity with women.
It's human nature to resist change. But ee all know it's almost impossible: change is inevitable and you can't run away from it. It's like swimming against the current.
In this article, we want to highlight the benefits of trekking and hiking, both physical and mental. Trekking and hiking in stunning natural sites are ideal activities for challenging yourself and your team!