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Fish! adventure returns to London

Video Arts is bringing Fish! adventure back to London. Building on the success of last year’s event, where the training course received rave reviews, local companies are participating in the event taking place on Tuesday 29th June at Renaissance, Chancery Court Hotel.

Vicky Storey who attended last year, from the Bank of Scotland said, "Fish! adventure is helping transform our culture, creating a happier and more effective workforce. The results speak for themselves."

The Fish! philosophy aims to inspire people to engage fully in their work and is used by companies all over the world. Carr Hagerman, who has brought the Fish! philosophy alive to many organisations, including Guinness/UDV, 3M and B&Q, will introduce the Fish! philosophy and introduce the four principles behind the successful training programme: Play, Make Their Day, Be There and Choose Your Attitude.

Martin Addison, Director of Video Arts said: "Fish! is one of the most popular training programmes Video Arts provides. The philosophy shares invaluable learnings and has been tried and tested by organisations across the world ."

For more information about the Fish! adventure event call 0845 601 2531.

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