While taking time to rest as a group is enjoyable and relaxing, it can also serve two important objectives. First, it prepares the group for the work that still needs to be performed before the conference. Physical rest can, of course, prevent exhaustion, but metal relaxation can just as equally renew one’s vision and motivation to accomplish a mission. Second, time spent as a group away from the work setting strengthens the team’s ability to cooperate and proceed smoothly. In a charity like Sri Lanka Unites, interpersonal relations are of paramount importance. The most crucial of these relationships are the ones between the team members themselves as they exchange plans and information between departments. Identifying this ability between members of SLU is not difficult. Both the work and downtime atmospheres convey a sense of openness and willingness to communicate that enables all members to feel comfortable interacting with one another.
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