A very different kind of Christmas party this year
With most people still working from home and the limit of people attending a corporate event set to thirty people, it is no surprise that the traditional company Christmas party is shaping up to look a little different this year. But that does not mean that it should not happen, as it is a great time to engage staff who might be struggling with lack of team spirit and stress from working in an isolated environment. It is also a good way to say thank you to those employees who have been working for the company in these trying times.
How do virtual Christmas parties work?
A Virtual Christmas Party works like any other event, first you need to decide what you want to achieve from the event. Do you want your employees to have something to remember and talk about in Monday’s Zoom call or do you just want it to be an event where people can relax and share some drinks.
When thinking about the style you want, consider the following things
- The level of support needed
Delivering a party
Your employees look forward to the yearly Christmas party and maximum engagement will be difficult if people have trouble with the technology. This is why we think that professional services are vital to the success of the event e.g. project management, technical support and professional teambuilding.
Many companies have an offering but not all will fit your requirements. Inntel can help with this by asking some simple questions about your party requirements.
Please see our new virtual Christmas brochure to get some ideas.