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Wild Drift reaches milestone

Wild Drift, the strongest brand under the 361 Degrees umbrella, completed its 1,000th corporate activity-based training program in Udawalawe recently.

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Over 60 star performers of NDB's sales team took part in the two-day training program, titled the 'Tribes of Walawe', which was based exclusively on a tribal theme and included focused team-building and leadership activities to enrich organizational performance through experiential learning.

Chief Visionary Officer, 361 Degrees, Rukmal de Silva said, "Wild Drift specializes in innovative training solutions tailor-made to meet the needs of clients.

We provide participants with a robust experience which helps provide holistic solutions to a variety of HR-related issues companies face."

"We believe the training program was an enriching experience for participants.

This was also a milestone for Wild Drift as we completed our 1,000th program," he said.

The participants engaged in activities such as Tribalympics which consisted of a series of competitions such as the Diyabariya Challenge, Ball in the Blind Alley, Aim Game, Lock Me Out and Keep it Straighter; an adventure-packed game of land grab; and a tribal night of merriment which called for the teams to craft their own costumes and adornments as they gathered around a bonfire for the night.


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