July 19, 2016 – Los Angeles – American companies spend thousands of dollars every year on team building activities. The purpose of the activities is to facilitate communication, cooperation, and creativity; however, these efforts often fail when the activities do not resonate with employees. CEO Chef is a radical approach to team building that supplies companies with activities that engage employees and get them excited.
CEO Chef began in the mid-1990s, providing team building packages to Silicon Valley giants. By 1996, the company was focused on “Team Cuisine” which led to a rebranding of the company as CEO Chef in 2007.
The concept of the new company packages is simple: offer a keynote and team building combo that teaches employees skills they can use at home. When employees can see the applicability of the lessons they learn in their private lives, they become more engaged and attentive than if the activity is solely about building business skills.
The new team building packages include several options, such as:
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 and packages.
For more 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.