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Summer is the perfect time to reengage your employees.

Why you might ask? It might come as a surprise to you that productivity plunges by 20% in summer months, and workers are also 45% more distracted, according to a Captivate Network study. Houston temperatures are already hitting the upper 90s and fatigue seems to set in just walking to the parking lot.


So, what can you do?


Get cooking! When it comes to an employee event idea that’s unique and memorable, organizations and HR professionals are booking private cooking classes. It’s a great teambuilding activity that gathers people together while learning a skill, trying something new and most importantly, having fun.


Teams Benefit from:

· Group interaction

· Team cohesion

· Discussion of solutions, successes, and challenges

· Encouraging Independent Work & Team Work

· Teaching Employees Goal Setting


When an office combines cooking a meal with sitting down together to enjoy their delicious hard work, the organization can build strong bonds between employees. Those bonds can carry over from the kitchen to the cubicle, enabling problem-solving, improved collaboration, and increased productivity. By engaging your employees in a cooking class, you can build more productive teams and a stronger organization.



Ready to learn more about urbanCHEF hosting an event for your team? Mention SUMMER TEAM BUILDING when you book your August event and receive a special hostess gift.

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