How to improve the discipline in the company through team building
The discipline in an organization is very important because it is a part of the whole process and production inside the company.
There are a lot of advises and recommendation how to improve the discipline but we are going to present you something different from the boring instructions you can find in the Internet.
Have you ever thought of the discipline as a factor to be influenced by team building?
Yes, it is possible. Just think about the purpose of the team building – yes, it is to make the work in a company better – in one way or another.
There is a new type of team building that is called FOLKNETIKA – it is a 10-minute everyday team building - aerobics at the work place - a dance, based on the asymmetric meters of Bulgarian horo (traditional folklore dance) - without choreography or stage attire, without learning complicated steps from the authentic dances - just pure joy of dancing.
Playing FOLKNETIKA will improve the discipline in the following way:
Everyone has a role in the dance and through it he will realize how important his behavior is for the work in the company. - EVERYONE IS IMPORTANT IN FOLKNETIKA - every employee is important to his duties at his workplace and if someone does not do his job and stops, the whole horo will stop – it can be associated with the organization too. - IMPROVEMENT OF HORO – it creates beauty of dance - as well as in the company improvement of each improves the quality of services and products of the company as a whole.
Understanding the principles that everyone has a role and he is important will make the employees more confident and motivated.
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