Beverly Hills, CA, January 29, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Feed the Need™ program lasts anywhere from three to four hours and can accommodate 12 to 100 employees. These team bonding exercises can be hosted anywhere ranging from corporate campus dining rooms to hotel ballrooms. Instead of dealing traditional cookie-cutter recipes, participants venture down the road less traveled and work without recipes. Out of this unique setting, creativity, inspiration, collaboration, and trust rule the day. While the hard work in the kitchen will translate back to the office, the benefits of these team bonding exercises also spill over into the community.
After the delicious meals have been created, the additional food is donated to local families or food bank of the organization's choice. All of the specially packaged food created during the course is either dropped off or picked up by the chosen representative of the organization. The representative typically thanks the organization and shares about the direct impact the meals will have to the families in need. To make the experience truly unique, team members are given the opportunity to share a few words about the benefiting families. This amazing experience results in nutritional needs being met as well as increased gratitude and social responsibility.
In the end, Feed the Need™ from CEO Chef is one of the premier team bonding exercises. It provides organizations with the unique opportunity to strengthen their organization and community at the same time.
About CEO Chef
Located in West Hollywood, California, CEO Chef offers a wide variety of team building cooking classes, and can even create custom activities around the specific needs of the client.
To book CEO Chef for you team call 1 (888) 308-8326 or visit http://ceochef.com/.