D’Open Kitchen comes up with a concept of “Cooking for All” with team building cooking class. Don’t limit your thought with women or a good cook can rule the kitchen, all can cook! Make a cooking schedule with your partner or work colleagues . If you have never learned how to cook, maybe today is the day, to begin with. As there is a saying, a team that cooks and eats together, works better together. When people cook together they become a tighter-knit group.
Engaging in a cooking class can build a stronger organisation and more productive teamwork
In today’s competitive markets, a cohesive, productive is more vital than ever—and the way to get there can be as simple as a cooking class. No matter our differences, there is something we all have in common: Everybody loves food (or eats). Eating together and cooking together encourages a range of healthy activities, such as group interaction, team cohesion, airing of problems and discussion of solutions, successes, and challenges. You can build strong bonds with your employees or colleagues with our team building cooking class and these bonds can carry over from the kitchen to the conference room, improved teamwork, and increased productivity.
Introduce new ways of learning
A good cooking class not only introduces people to new ways of preparing food, but it can also show that cooking is approachable. And when you learn to work with knives and stoves it makes you more likely to open for learning new skills at work too.
Increase bonds between the employees
On the job, it can be hard to talk about anything other than work. However, our relationships and interactions can benefit from talking about non-work topics such as family, friends, sports, and hobbies.
Members of a solid team understand each other’s strengths and weaknesses better and they work together to shore up weaker areas while augmenting each other’s strengths.
Make employees understand each other better
Interacting outside of the office or the regular daily grind can help employees understand each other better—and even enjoy each other’s company more. A team that gets along can work well together, which boosts the team’s productivity, effectiveness, and overall value to the greater organization.
Make you innovative
Innovation is a part of any trade or profession. Employees at all levels and roles want a sense of creativity, empowerment, and excitement. When they do, they are more capable of bringing stronger work and better ideas to the table.
Creativity and innovation can be fostered in a kitchen. Cooking boosts creativity. (That’s why we say an idea-in-progress is “cooking,”) In the kitchen, you and your colleagues not only are focusing on prepping and cooking food but also working together to think of creative ways of plating your food and innovative ways to “market” your meals to the other teams at the end of the team building cooking class.