Finding interesting games that will hold the attention of most people at your Holiday Office Party
can be a challenge, and one of the things organizers or planners dread hearing is that the holiday office party they were
responsible for planning was boring. If you’re also an employee and you have to continue doing your
job, it can be hard to focus on finding meaningful games to play at your office party.
Recently I was browsing and found a great post on punchbowl.com that outlined three games
that can ‘safely’ be played at office parties. I say ‘safely’ because it’s
easy to get caught up in the holiday spirit at company events and forget not to cross the line with co-workers and
employers. It’s good to remember that after the holiday office party is over you still have to work
with each other.
In this post on http://punchbowl.com
three types of games are discussed that are fun and suitable for an office holiday party :
1) Funny Employee Award
2) Secret Santa
Click here to read the post and see if you’d like to include all or any of these games in your Holiday Office Party planning.
If you have some games that have worked for you, please share in the
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to determine what you should be doing.”
is an important part of doing business, and if you offer a service or sell a product it’s more important than ever to
be sure that you are engaging in effective communication. This prevents misunderstandings and disappointments
between you and your customers.
Write it down
Many of us like to think we’re great at remembering things so
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If you keep in
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effective communication and conversation is a two-way street, so…
the questions that will get you the information you need
Ø Listen to your customers, so you can meet
You will have happy, satisfied customers who want to do business with you time
tools do you use when working with customers or potential customers to make sure you have all the correct information?
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