Playful to more motivation - the seminar goal
No one has a more decisive influence on the relationships with your customers than your employees. It depends on them whether your products and services are measured only by price or whether they enter the race with a sympathy bonus. The aim of the Fish! seminar is to create a working environment in which you and your employees can easily release more energy, enthusiasm and creativity.
Procedure of the workshop
You determine the topic of the seminar, which can be sales or motivation seminar or both. The workshop begins with a presentation on the Fish! philosophy and a film about the Pike Place fish market. Afterwards, you will record your experiences, ideas and visions in a team, for example by means of a collage, and playfully implement the newly gained knowledge in a group work.
A world-famous fish market
A fish market in Seattle is the source of inspiration for the Fish! philosophy. The Pike Place fish market suddenly became a customer and tourist attraction when the workers came up with the idea of no longer carrying the fish around but throwing them to each other with the shout "Fish! In this way the team had made the small, subtle difference that made their fish market world-famous. In 2001 it was also voted the most popular workplace in the USA by CNN.
The secret of the fish sellers and the Fish! philosophy
The fish sellers consciously chose their attitude and learned to play and have fun at work. They are present for each other and their customers and at the same time they care for and delight them. These four principles - conscious attitude, play, attention, pleasure - form the pillars of the Fish! philosophy. With our seminar leader, who has been intensively involved with the Fish! philosophy for years, your employees will become a highly motivated team for a more successful company.
Size of group
6 to 250 people
from 1/2 day
all year round
All of Switzerland
Included in the price
|-||Play, fun, energy, motivation and experience|
|-||Creation of a concept sketch|
|-||Minutes and supplementary documents|
|-||Travel and possible accommodation costs of the speaker|
|-||Individual concepts and training|
|-||food and drink|
|-||Evaluations personality profiles|