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It’s a Khiri Team Thing

February 14, 2012 by Khiri Travel | Filed Under:

At Khiri, great teamwork makes things happen more than anything else.We found this out when we joined the Khiri Team Building trip to Hua Hin in Thailand, 20-22 January. The trip showed us that the Khiri way is fostered by encouraging, enthusing, and caring for each other. Our love and spirituality helps uscreate mutual respect, compassion, and work together better. It’s a powerful force — more than skills, processes and policies. We believe Teams become Great Teams when they decide to do it for themselves. It’s a team thing. It has to be, and at Khiri, we can make a difference – we will be the best at what we do. We’ll look out for each other and succeed – for us, for the team and for the customer.

Even though the two days and three nights Sport Challenge Team Building at Hua Hin has passed by, it is still the talk of the town in the Khiri office. We always remember how funny the things were that we did there! And we remember how we helped each other go through the games with a smile.


Team-building exercises and activities provide a wonderful opportunity for us to share ideas and bring to life an increasing awareness and interest in ethical organizations. We aim to improve communications further and motivate Khiri to be the best team.Yes, at Khiri Travel it’s definitely a Team Thing!

 

 

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