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Sahathai Terminal Holds ‘Team Building Activities’ at Kanchanaburi

Sahathai Terminal Holds ‘Team Building Activities’ at Kanchanaburi
Chatchaya Jianswatvatana

Sahathai Terminal, Bangkok’s leading river port terminal operator, recently hosted team building activities in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. The event was led by Ms. Sauwakun Karuchit, CEO; and Mr. Banchai Karuchit, Deputy CEO, alongside members of the management board and the staff of Sahathai Terminal.

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The purpose of the event was centred around promoting teamwork in the workplace, developing a good working attitude, as well as enhancing staff problem-solving skills and further developing leadership abilities. All in all, staff performance can be developed and improved upon through the activities they attended at the event, resulting in increased work efficiency.

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The activities held at the event included a seminar to teach staff and develop skills. Teams were created and each was given simulated situations related to their job, allowing them to share their opinion, develop analytic and decision-making skills and help each other to solve problems. By developing a team attitude and fostering a good relationship within the workplace helps employees to understand the importance of unity and teamwork. Individuals from these teams can then apply the skills they’ve learned at the event at the workplace in the future. Apart from the exercises, Sahathai Terminal staff also had a chance to visit many historical places in Kanchanaburi together as well.

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Hosting the event not only gave workers an opportunity to develop their skills, but also a chance to participate and work in close collaboration with their management team and share their feelings towards the organization. More importantly, the experience they’ve gained will be beneficial to the end customer of Sahathai Terminal, by also teaching staff how to service customers to the fullest.

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Chatchaya Jianswatvatana

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