CEO Chef’s culinary team building activities can elevate company holiday parties to the next level.
Los Angeles, CA – September, 2016 – CEO Chef, which uses culinary arts to build stronger teams in the office, has announced that their programs can enhance this winter’s holiday parties with tasty food, competitive excitement, and improved team collaboration. CEO Chef’s team building activities and packages, which are available across the country, meld a universal pastime with focused attention on team building and productivity in the office to create lasting results.
Many companies host Holiday parties throughout the winter to show their employees appreciation and goodwill. These parties often include a selection of standard nibbles or potluck dishes, and are attended with lackluster enthusiasm. However, the team building activities from CEO Chef adds a new dimension to the standard company party by making groups work together to create tasty holiday treats, while nurturing and expanding teamwork and pride.
CEO Chef offers a number of team building programs from Key Note Addresses to culinary competitions, all of which can elevate the company Holiday party to the next level. The Gratitude and Giving Program is one example of how CEO Chef combines culinary arts, leadership and team building, and community involvement to encourage team growth, while giving back to the community. Other programs offered by CEO Chef include:
About CEO Chef Jim Connolly began CEO Chef in 1994, using his experience as head chef in a prominent California restaurant. Since then, CEO Chef has grown quickly to become one of the leading culinary team building programs.
For more information, please visit www.CEOChef.com or call (888) 308-8326.
James Connolly is Founder of CEO Chef and author of three team building and leadership development books.