Geo Management Team Makes the Most of Travel Event

Geo Management’s Director of Operations detailed an upcoming R&R getaway to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. He discussed the team-building benefits of the trip and shared his best advice for networking at industry gatherings.

Press Release updated: Oct 27, 2017 09:00 EDT

​Travel opportunities fill up the Geo Management calendar, giving team members something to work toward throughout the year. An upcoming R&R retreat to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic represents one of the most sought-after incentives for the firm’s associates. 

Cyril, the Director of Operations, explained, “This trip is solely for top performers in the office to get away for three or four days for free. Three will be plenty of time to relax, but there will also be lots of chances to connect with and learn from top people in the business.”

The retreat will bring together influential leaders from across the country. Cyril added, “I’m hoping my team members can learn the tools and best practices of our trade and implement them back at the Geo Management office. It’s not often that you get up close and personal with so many successful people, so it’s important to gain as many new insights as possible during the event.”

Cyril, the Director of Operations, explained, “This trip is solely for top performers in the office to get away for three or four days for free. Three will be plenty of time to relax, but there will also be lots of chances to connect with and learn from top people in the business.”

Cyril, Director of Operations

Cyril also appreciates the team-building potential a trip like the one to Punta Cana offers. He commented, “You get to show a different side of your personality when you’re in a casual environment. Our people get to see quirks and hidden talents from each other that they aren’t likely to see in action around the office. That leads to even stronger collaboration once they return to normal work.”

Geo Management’s Director Offers Tips for Networking on the Road

The networking potential offered by industry events like the R&R to Punta Cana is tough to match. “There are so many worthwhile contacts in one place that it can be a little overwhelming,” the Director remarked. “That’s why I share a few simple tips with my team members before they go on any type of business trip.”

Having a clear plan is one of the Director’s best pieces of advice. He explained, “You can usually find a social media page dedicated to any professional gathering. Our people use these resources to find out who will be in attendance and what kind of value they can offer to Geo Management, and vice versa. With some of the legwork already done, it’s a lot easier to break the ice and find common ground with a potential contact.”

Cyril also suggests asking plenty of open-ended questions when interacting with possible network connections. He stated, “Getting another person to talk about his or her interests is the best way to forge a meaningful relationship. Doing so ensures that you’ll be remembered in a positive light.”

About Geo Management: 
Geo Management is a trusted partner of a renowned telecom firm. The marketing and consulting team spreads the word about advanced fiber-optic solutions using unique advertising methods. The firm’s experts connect targeted consumer groups with television, internet, and voice services. Geo Management’s outreach approach is shaped by core values and is flexible enough to meet all types of needs. It guarantees measurable outcomes and professionalism. The firm’s success is fueled by talented people who break free from the status quo to capture attention. Their passion and energy are contagious. Learn more about their campaigns by visiting geomanagement.com.

Source: Geo Management

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