CEO Chef Announces New Corporate Social Responsibility Package That Combines Team Bonding Exercises and Philanthropy
Posted on June 30, 2016 by ceochef in Blog - No Comments Beverly Hills, California — At the crossroads of leadership and philanthropy, participants find community.
CEO Chef, one of the most popular firms specializing in team bonding exercises dealing with food, is proud to announce the creation of its new CSR package: “Giving & Gratitude”. What was once two separate leadership programs have been combined into one.
The new program has taken aspects from both of the aforementioned regimens and created a food making exercise that gives insight into why it is important to be socially responsible, as well as channeling that desire into an act that directly benefits society. Recently 100 containers of gourmet quality food were created from the Feed the Need program for elderly shut-ins to enjoy.
These types of team bonding exercises are not new to CEO Chef founder Jim Connolly, who has been holding team-based cooking workshops for the last 22 years. In that time, the landscape has shifted more from how corporations can get the absolute most out of every employee, to a more holistic approach, seeking to foster cooperation with co-workers, have a healthier work-life balance, and improve their brand image. Changes such as these have not been lost on those who develop the programs at CEO Chef, which ultimately led to the Giving & Gratitude workshop.
Those who take part in these events usually come away with a feeling that they can help make a difference in the world through their employer. This can lead to employees who are happier with their position, reducing turnover and keeping staff numbers adequate. One of the main goals of every CEO Chef program is to keep the participants motivated to attain their goals within their company.
About CEO Chef
Jim Connolly started what would become CEO Chef in 1994 focused mainly on team bonding exercises revolving around culinary arts. Through the years, the company expanded its offerings to include leadership seminars while developing challenging, yet productive, cooking exercises. Today, CEO Chef puts on events around the U.S. while helping under-privileged individuals with their “Feed the Need” and new “Giving & Gratitude” philanthropic team building exercises.
For further information, please visit http://ceochef.com/ or call (888) 308-8326.
James Connolly is Founder of CEO Chef and author of two team building and leadership development books.