The Power Of Collaboration-Norma Maclou and Gwen Sookool

There is power in relationships that extend beyond a generic introduction. When you create connections based on shared interests and goals, you’ll be more successful with your projects, because people want to work with people they know and like.

So when local hockey coach, Gwen Sookool volunteered her services to Norma Maclou and the senior team at Malibongwe, it was a match made in heaven

                                           The Malibongwe Hockey Team

The New Modified Hockey Development For The Elderly, is a welcome addition to the many fitness programmes that these senior citizens are involved in.

Resources, energy, tаlеntѕ and gоаlѕ will раvе thе wау for thе ѕuссеѕѕ that these two ladies  рlаn tоgеthеr, аѕ wеll аѕ mаnу unexpected benefits. Their aim is to also compete in the Golden Games.

“I was  born to be a player. I was  meant to be here. This moment is ours. I love the game, and the fact that I can share my skills with our seniors “; Gwen Sookool reflect.

As connections are made between the  teams and departments, they will naturally trust each other more, which can gradually boost the morale of the entire organisation. After all, organisations aren’t going to be successful if there’s a lack of trust and low morale.

Norma Maclou said; “Finding new people to work with and finding ways to collaborate and give back is the reason I will keep doing it”

We all would agree that, regularly working together with people outside of your own team or department is one of the most effective ways to build trust.

By: Lorraine Richards

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