Winter is full of many delightful, inspiring, and meaningful holidays and this cluster of important dates often gives rise to the company holiday party; often a lackluster event, with either a potluck guessing game or stale chips and warm cheese. The company party doesn’t have to be dull, here’s how CEO Chef‘s team building activities can give your office party a bit more spice.
Amps Up the Flavor
Each culinary program at CEO Chef can be customized to fit the needs of each company. Cooking activities allow teams to have fun while working together to create mouth watering traditional holiday dishes. The Culinary Celebration Combo can be a welcome change from the winter blues as well, sparking new excitement despite the chilly weather.
Team building activities have come a long way since the “trust fall.” Today, many companies turn to less traditional group building exercises in the hopes of enticing greater participation and longer lasting results. The end of the year holiday party is a great time to include team building exercises while rewarding staff for their hard work. Best of all, the culinary challenges encourage active participation from the whole group.
The End Results
Company sponsored office parties are expensive, complicated, and often under appreciated. However, through CEO Chef’s limited time Culinary Celebration package, the company party rises to new heights. Funds are used instead to improve productivity, efficiency, and team work in an easy to follow program designed to encourage active participation, while providing team members an engaging experience with tasty results. Combining team building with the holiday atmosphere leaves a lasting mark on the team as a whole.
Beyond the Holiday Party
While the Holiday season may be a great opportunity to build relationships among coworkers and improve teamwork, there is so much more that can be done to improve, grow, and give back. CEO Chef offers a number of programs and packages all designed to use culinary creations to boost team morale, and productivity, such as:
James Connolly is Founder of CEO Chef and author of two team building and leadership development books.