66SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither was your team. If you want your team to truly act like one, be patient and allow time for learning, bonding, and growing. Here are 3 ways you can help your team come together.Create cohesion: Combining a group of people with individual skills to create a well-oiled machine can be tricky. Each person needs to buy-in to the team and feel they are an important part of the group. By constantly reviewing processes and improving on them, your team will remove obstacles and create a cohesion that will help them succeed and grow.Build trust: If you want your team to work well together, they’ll need to be able to trust each other. It’s hard to trust teammates that you don’t know. Give your team opportunities to get to know each other outside the office, so they can share ideas and opinions through honest communication.Focus on goals: By setting goals and providing your team with direction, they can begin to understand how they need to work not only as a team but as individuals. Focusing on personal tasks will allow your team to see how individual responsibilities fit together to affect a common goal.
Elite Havens has announced that the seven villas of the Sava Beach Villas estate are now part of its exclusive Phuket holiday rental collection.Sava Beach Villas comprises seven designer villas set in a beachfront estate, just 25 minutes from Phuket international airport in Phang Nga province. These Natai Beach rentals offer a choice of seven bedrooms with Villa Tievoli; six bedrooms at Villa Amarelo, Villa Cielo, Villa Malee Sai and Villa Essenza; and four-bedroom escapes at Villa Roxo and Villa Aqua. Each villa has a distinct personality reflecting its individual owner’s taste, while all offer a modern haven with sea and sunset views.An immersion into tranquillity and care awaits guests at Sava Beach Villas, with large private pools of 18 or 25 metres, indoor and outdoor living areas, private dining rooms, entertainment and sports facilities and a team of staff including Thai chefs and villa managers to cater for every guest whim – all just steps away from the soft sands of Natai, a quiet beach that extends 10 kilometres up the Andaman coast. And for those in search of a fantasy beachfront Phuket wedding venue, Sava is a dream destination.Natai Beach is less than an hour’s drive from the busy tourist areas of Phuket, yet it offers a sense of seclusion and exclusivity with only a handful of luxury villas and boutique resorts lining its sandy shore. From relaxing on the sands of Natai and kayaking or standup paddle boarding along the shore to venturing out for a yacht charter cruise of majestic Phang Nga Bay or snorkelling the pristine waters of the Similan islands, Sava Beach Villas offer the ultimate tropical beach getaway.
RelatedFewer European visitors leads to ‘more enjoyable’ continental holidaysPeople booking flights to Europe this year are having a more enjoyable time because of the fewer number of visitorsMore UK holidaymakers book long-haul flightsBrits are more likely to book holidays to longer-haul destinations because the cost of flights has come downPeople ‘certain’ to book more flights to and from the UKMore people will book flights to and from the UK because of the steep decline in the value of the pound Long-haul flights are now on “everybody’s wish list”, according to the Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO).According to Ken Kenward, AITO’s executive director, booking long-haul flights is no longer considered a luxury by a growing number of travellers.”Long haul holidays have always been popular,” he said.”A long haul holiday is on everybody’s wish list and holidays now are more of a necessity than a luxury.”Mr Kenward added that people book long-haul flights for a number of reasons – be it to go on a gap year, find work abroad or to enrol at a foreign university.The Post Office Holiday Costs Barometer revealed last month that Thailand was the cheapest long-haul destination for UK travellers.The far-east country was 41 percent cheaper than Spain, the cheapest country in the eurozone.South Africa was one place behind Thailand in terms of value-for-money, while Kenya came fourth as it seeks to increase its share of the African tourism market. ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map