Snapshot: Big Group Team Building in Phuket April 2024

What Can I Say?

There’s not a lot I can say about this team building in Phuket a couple of weeks ago. That’s not because nothing happened. Indeed, it was a pretty awesome and memorable afternoon. It’s that my client has requested full anonymity. Hence the generic placeholder image.

All I can really say is that we welcomed a large group of 250 pax. But it leads me to an important conversation about discretion.

This is not the first time I have been asked to keep event details private. It happens quite frequently when one is dealing with high profile organisations. In fact, on several occasions, I have been required to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) in order to legally ensure that no information is made public.

Discrete by Nature

As a rule, when I write about a particular team building event on my blog or on LinkedIn (every business needs to do some sales and marketing), I never reveal the name of my client. I only mention the industry. Any images that I use will not display any logos or identifying features. I also avoid sharing too much detail of the event – just a general overview.

This is my standard operating procedure. I’m a rather private person myself and so this is how I prefer to do it.

The only place that client names appear is on my public client list.

For those clients that desire even more privacy (as in this post), all you have to do is ask me. In these cases, I will use an image of a racoon or similarly cute mammal instead. Who doesn’t love racoons?