Business experience reimagined - the Joysters way
Nobody can really grow unless they find themselves outside their comfort zone but what if this could be done in a comfortable way?
After all, what is it that we need when we work hard to meet deadlines, to land that new lucrative contact that will benefit the entire company for years to come?
The ability to focus more intensely? Surely.
Innovative ideas? Definitely.
Improved productivity? Undoubtedly.
An environment that unleashes that creative power of ours? Absolutely.
We certainly need to think outside the box and what better way to do so than immersing in an unconventional business experience, while holding meetings at exciting and artistically subtle venues?
Senior leaders spend more than 50 percent of their time in meetings. Meetings are essential to effective decision making and execution and thus to business results.
Joysters are here to make them more efficient and enjoyable at the same time.
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An Innovative programme approach, which creates more opportunities for attendees to get a holistic experience. Sessions starting later in the day and finish early allowing attendees to participate in other activities and fuel that creative side of them are only the first steps towards a better work-life balance.
Business development and organizational planning will typically be the topics of the agenda, but equal weight should be given to enjoyable activities as part of the original incentive and reward.
Traditional guest houses, authentic Greek cuisine, no formalities, wine tasting sessions, nature walks, hidden local secrets, full technical and personnel support and all these in full privacy, are the next steps towards a one of a kind Bleasure (Business + leisure) experience.
Business can and should be a pleasant undertaking.
At the end of the day, even if we all experience the same things, we interpret them differently and that's what matters when it comes to unleashing creativity, productivity and innovation.
Ultimately, success should be measured by how happy people are.
This article is written by Nick Rachovitis. Photograghs by Kostas Karadimos.