Primeast™ team creating high performing teams in Malawi
For those of you who follow our progress, you will know that Primeast has a continuing relationship with Africa, having embarked on two very successful tours of the continent with the British Council over the last few years (see here and here for more details). This year we’ve returned under our own steam for the Primeast “Transformation for Impact” Malawi Tour 2010, with Clive Wilson and Gary Edwards representing Primeast headquarters, alongside Christophe Horvath (head of Primeast Southern Africa) and Sam Matemba representing Malawi.
The Primeast Lake Malawi Teams Challenge (at Chindongo Village, Lake Shore, Mangochi) was part one of the three leg tour, offering Malawian businesses a taste of how to turn their teams into Prime Performing Teams that play together well, enjoy great success and deliver real results. As Gary reports,
“Teamwork event went very well at the lake - quite amazing results with group of 10. Did projects in primary school and in village - the pictures show the sports session we ran with about 200 kids.”
This trip isn’t all about business, however. Primeast have supported the Open Arms Infant Home, which cares for children in Malawi who have been orphaned by Aids, for many years, so Clive and Gary took the opportunity to see how their work was progressing. Gary tells us “it’s quite a place with all these little tots being cared for very well, but still tough to see.”
The tour continues in Blantyre and Lilongwe with the “Transformational Leadership for Growth” and “Change Leaders - be the change you want to see in the world” events - see Releasing Potential and our events page for more details.