Ding Junhui battles back at snooker World Championships

first_imgHe leads China’s Ding Junhui by 10-frames-to-7 ahead of this afternoons session at 2pm, and needs just eight more to clinch the title for the second time.Ding is looking to become just the fourth player from outside Britain to lift the trophy in Sheffield.last_img

The Ancient Origins of Team Building

first_imgWhile you may not need carbon dating to trace the origins of team building, nobody is really sure about the exact date the concept was created. One theory has the philosopher Plato as an originator of the idea. In fact, he may have been an “expert,” as explained by Tom Vaughton, the author of this post. The writer says that he’s prescribed to the idea that “teams that play together, work together” for years. And although Plato would’ve likely had a different application for team building, it seems that his thinking may have echoed this sentiment. Over 2000 years ago, Plato said the following: “You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.” For this reason, it’s advisable for you to start playing with your colleagues. Getting acquainted with your team can only be beneficial for the company. And the comradery this builds can contribute to employee retention.If you aren’t already spending quality time with your colleagues, you should start getting to know them immediately. Read the full article by Vaughton for more information on this topic.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more