RDA FSC FACILITATES TEAM BUILDING DAY

Mar 22, 2019

Violet Green, Regional Investment Officer-Jervis Bay Territory, facilitated Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council’s Team Building Day at Coolendel on the 21st March 2019.

The workshop was well attended, with over 30 employees in attendance.

Violet led team building activities that achieved the following objectives:

  • Staff participation and engagement
  • Increased team building and team bonding
  • Constructive and creative conversations
  • A professional and fun staff development day

A great day was had by all!

Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council staff and RDA FSC Facilitator Violet Green at Coolendel

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