Precision Organisation's Trip to South Africa
The Precision Organisation community consists of driven professionals who embrace exciting growth opportunities. The firm's Owner discussed their latest professional event - a networking trip to South Africa.
COLCHESTER, ESSEX , April 20, 2018 (Newswire.com) - "In March, many of the contractors enjoyed an excursion to South Africa," said Dan M., the Owner of Precision Organisation. It was a once-in-a-lifetime type of trip. There was plenty of fun and relaxation, with a safari and a wine tour highlighting the event."
According to Dan, the attendees enjoyed networking with the multitude of other industry professionals who participated in the gathering. Relationship building is part of the Precision Organisation ethos, and the contractors fostered new and existing relationships that enhance their support systems.
"Going to South Africa - and just travelling the world in general - has always been on my bucket list!" Dan stated. "Now I'm doing it while owning my own company! This isn't the only marker of the firm's excellence, of course. The company really stands out because it gives people the freedom to flourish as professionals while moving toward a shared mission. This camaraderie is the primary indicator of success."
Precision Organisation Owner on the Growth Potential Created Through Business Travel
Dan pointed out that networking yields numerous professional benefits, from knowledge transfer to coaching relationships and beyond. He also indicated that networking isn't the only positive outcome of business travel. It also challenges people, helps them build a sense of accountability, boosts morale, and even prevents burnout.
"When people are on the go, they must navigate airports and train stations," Dan continued. "They find their ways around unfamiliar places. They foster rapport with people they've never met. These things can be quite challenging - all great exercises for sharpening problem solving, decision making, and communication skills."
In the Precision Organisation community, contractors embrace work/life balance. Dan explained that they remain productive because they know the value of taking breaks. Business trips allow for extended times away from work, during which the professionals explore new places and learn about diverse cultures. This time away from the usual daily activities ensures that the contractors return to their work feeling focussed and refreshed.
"The fresh insights that result from travel experiences work wonders for the creative process," Dan concluded. "Innovation and performance soar with the help of the occasional trip. Every excursion is an investment worth making. In fact, my colleagues and I are already planning the next big getaway. It's sure to be fun, relaxing, and professionally enriching."
About Precision Organisation:
Precision Organisation uses the power of personal connection to give voice to worthy causes. Brand ambassadors use enthusiasm and strategic messaging to engage people in residential, professional, and public settings. By earning the trust of targeted audiences, they create value for the clients they serve. The firm serves companies of all sizes, from small nonprofits to global firms. This is a community in which people exchange industry knowledge and support one another to achieve better results. Learn more about this top-tier brand representation by visiting precisionorg.com.
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