It’s been proven many times that organizing some group activities with your colleagues can boost morale, promote better teamwork and overall strengthen the bonds between co-workers.
And what better time to organize a party and let off steam then during Christmas? Here are 5 great ideas you can use this year for a successful office party!
You don’t have to go to the Bahamas or something extravagant like that. Have you ever thought about having a shared Christmas work party?
You won’t have organized a huge party by yourself, someone else will do it for you. Furthermore, if you’ve never been to Derby why not use this opportunity?
The great thing about shared Christmas parties is that apart from not having to organize it by yourself, you’ll also get the chance to make new bonds with your co-workers and by going someplace new with them you’ll get a great shared experience.
Mouth-watering food, refreshing drinks, and exciting entertainment will all be provided for you. The only thing you and your colleagues will have to do is dress nice and enjoy the party.
Having a couple of drinks and loosening up a little will most certainly result in making new friendships and shared memory you can all look back to!
Who doesn’t love receiving gifts? If you are too modest to admit you love it too, we understand you, but this can be a pretty fun experience none the less.
If you aren’t familiar with the concept of Secret Santa it goes like this. A group of friends or colleagues exchange presents pretty simply huh?
But the trick lies in the person you are going to give the present to. It can be anyone.
Usually, you get a box, hat or some kind of container, you write your name on a piece of paper and throw it in the container of your choice.
Then you randomly choose a piece of paper. So maybe you’ll end up giving a present to your close friend or someone that is a complete stranger to you.
That’s why this is such a great activity. You’ll get to ask around about that person, get to know them a little and give them a thoughtful present.
It doesn’t have to be anything super expensive, but a small and thoughtful gift will surely warm up their hearts.
The date you set for the gift exchange can serve as a great party trigger accompanied by food, drinks, and good music…
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