Incentive and team building at "Le Val de Poix": "natural" reward !
Confidence, energy, mutual help, motivation..., all the benefits a company manager of today looks for to improve, for both new and old personnel, motivation and therefore performance.
Working together better, a better understanding of each other, pursuing the same objectives, bringing performances together and combining synergies: this is why management might want to revitalise the troops by inviting personnel and collaborators to spend some time together on leisure and recreational activities.
A place is required that provides the best meeting point, a unique setting and a change of scenery to an unusual and stimulating location for a programme of new activities.
The heart of the Ardennes is undeniably the ideal site, suitable for providing this original and encouraging atmosphere, the sure success of ?team building? will remain in the minds of the "challengers" for a long time!
Le Val de Poix perfectly responds to these expectations. Its ?incentive? programmes are quite frankly out of the ordinary, bringing you to the heart of the exceptional St Hubert forest, where everyone will feel like Nature's privileged host.
Moments of quality of life, of intense reflection, connection and communication: here, it all comes together to offer the team a well-deserved reward, where everyone can feel appreciated and so aim to develop a team spirit within the company.
Making an effort together, having fun together, intense participation in this search for better understanding: these are goals sought by Val de Poix when it invites companies to come to deepest Ardennes, the outstanding partner for its programmes and for your next successful team building event!
For prolific meetings and productive seminars, le Val de Poix is the ideal location.
Indeed, what better than changing location, getting right into nature and being cut off from hectic life to consider new challenges?
The hotel has a seminar infrastructure of three rooms that can comfortably hold a group of 50 people, who may also want to work in "sub-groups"..