Not the best individual, but a group of “best people”
Tada Edtech’s founding team is made up entirely of young people who emphasize the value of education and human development. In addition to business, the management pays special attention to employees and tries to create all conditions so that they have the opportunity to learn and develop.
The management is aware of the importance of developing thinking and regularly provides internal training to help employees improve their thinking and the soft skills they need for their work. The foundational knowledge that often guides BOD is Franklin Covey’s “7 Habits of Effectiveness.”
The team at BOD realized, “If we want to change ourselves, we must begin by changing our thinking and our perceptions. By practicing the 7 habits mentioned by the author, we can improve and develop our thinking. From there, we can change day by day and become a better version of ourselves.”
Tada’s trainings always take place in a fun and exciting atmosphere. Not only do they listen, but employees can discuss, critique, and contribute ideas. The company also offers attractive rewards for the best participants in the trainings.
By learning and developing together, the Tada team has gradually grown closer. All employees and the team of BOD become one, working together, developing together, focusing on a single goal, providing the best services, and serving the mission of “changing the number” in many areas.