Undoubtedly one of the best workplaces around in Sri Lanka that shares a unique and stimulating approach towards work and outbound training, 361 Degrees held a felicitation event to recognize and show gratitude to all those who had been part of the company.
The stakeholders included past facilitators, members of staff, suppliers and location partners who had been working concurrently with 361 Degrees for the past 14 years since the company’s inception.
Chief Visionary Officer Rukmal de Silva reminisced, “361 Degrees was founded in 2001 as Wild Drift through sheer innovation and team commitment we recently completed 1000 training programmes successfully. I would like to thank each and every individual who stood by us throughout our journey.
He further added, “What we continuously focus is to create awareness to the working segments in Sri Lanka the need for attaining a promising work culture in any organisation in order to boost work productivity and motivation within any working team.”
Manuja Kodikara, a former team member who was felicitated at this event, shared his ideas by stating, “Not a lot of people (work places) would appreciate what you’ve done, especially after you’ve left. It is usually forgotten and taken for granted. I probably played a miniscule part but it’s awesome to be appreciated. Thank you 361.”
361 Degrees has been piloting training programmes to over 220 entities Sri Lanka and overseas. Gihan de Silva – Maximus of the team said, “The strategies compiled and implemented by 361 Degrees ideally befit the workplace expectations of human resource departments and any hierarchy that looks forward to achieve the best from its workforce.”
The human activations company continues to emerge ahead providing innovatively practical and tailor-made learning solutions for a wide variety of clients. Growth Artist – Dulendra Udukumbure opined, “Subsequently, participants become exposed to an intensive and versatile experience whilst achieving for themselves a more rounded approach towards dealing with any human resource-related issues or conflicts that companies tend to face.”
361 Degrees combines a well-designed process of execution incorporating holistic solutions into their training sessions whilst focusing on aspects of competency level, capability and passion for the jobs that the workforce engages in.