Organizations take valuable time out of important face-to-face retreats to engage in what many organizations refer to as “team-building.” Buyer beware, as much of what you are seeing is team-building junk food. It’s time together, but just as in the true nature of junk food, these experiences can have a damaging effect on teams and the experience.
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Organizing an internal event with a committee of volunteers takes savvy and purpose from day one.
When I was 5 years old, my grandma would regularly take me to a convalescent home to visit my great-grandmother who had Alzheimer’s disease. In addition to seeing great-grandma, I’d pass the time sharing stories, laughs and gummy bears with the other residents. By age 15, I was a candy striper at my local hospital, and at 19 an intern at MakeA-Wish Foundation, assisting in the planning and executing of events. At this point, I was hooked! Not only to the events industry but also to the feeling I received when giving back.
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When traveling for work or leisure, the culinary scene is a big part of the experience for many. Benchmark Hospitality’s executive chefs and culinary experts at the company’s 40 hotels, resorts and restaurants, including Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, identified dining trends for this year.
1. Small Plates – Served any time of day and through expo-style cooking, including show kitchens, action stations, EVO grilling and mobile kitchens, small plates get gobbled up.