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Improving Company Morale with Tom Napiontek

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Tom Napiontek, a long-time professional in the real estate industry and investment expert, knows that it takes more than pay incentives to keep his team happy at work.

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									            Improving Company Morale with Tom Napiontek

Vancouver, BC, July 13, 2012 – Tom Napiontek, a long-time professional in the real
estate industry and investment expert, knows that it takes more than pay incentives
to keep his team happy at work. That’s why he fosters a unified front with team
building activities like the one the entire staff embarked upon at the end of June.

On the morning of the excursion, the team met together where they were greeted by
limos that would shuttle them to their destination—Whistler, British Columbia.
Once arrived, activities for the day included mountain biking, eating lunch, enjoying
teambuilding activities in the park, and just getting some much-needed R&R with
colleagues and friends.

“We work very hard,” says Napiontek. “So, I think it’s important to let my staff know
it’s okay to play hard as well. I also think it’s necessary to be with each other outside
the office setting. Building relationships or encounters that are separate from those
that we have with each other in a purely professional setting make the time we must
spend with each other in the office that much better. It builds character and
establishes more common ground. We are all better because of it.”

Napiontek’s vision is to continue these teambuilding exercises at least twice a year
for the entire staff. His hope is for these experiences to continue strengthening the
team, making it an even greater force to be reckoned with in the industry.

About Tom Napiontek
Tom Napiontek is a real estate financial specialist and philanthropist who displays a
keen desire for community solidarity and active volunteerism. A real estate
investment guru by day, Napiontek divides his free time wisely, giving a large
portion of it to organizations in the Vancouver and surrounding areas that share his
same desire for a better Canada.

								
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