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6 Things to Know Before Planning a Company Christmas Party

Posted on: December 4th, 2018 by Griffin Transportation

6 Things to Know Before Planning a Company Christmas Party

Year-end parties are quite different from the usual round of office events. After all, it’s the festive season, and everyone wants to get into a celebratory mood to cap the year off. It’s also a great opportunity to show your appreciation for hard work and progress, and you’ll want to boost company morale so that everyone comes back next year ripping and raring to go. We’re definitely a fan of great events, so we’ve listed down some of our favorite tips that you should take a look at before you start planning your company party:

Decide on the Details

Without details, there will certainly be no party. After all, the planning process does take quite a bit of working on in order to actually happen. Don’t wait till the last minute to confirm important details such as the date, venue, guest list, budget, activities, and so on. Any successful party combines planning with the right details and timely execution, so it’s time to get going on it!

Get a Theme Going

Rather than just planning any average company get together, why not include a special Christmas theme? After all, if you’re looking to enjoy yourself and get into the festive mood, surrounding yourself with a theme does help to get everyone feeling involved. Be it an all-white Christmas theme or a costumed-affair, be sure to inform everyone on what they can expect.

Learn from the Past

You should always look back at past company gatherings and parties to get a better sense of what works and what doesn’t. In fact, knowing all this can provide a crucial turnaround point for this year’s bash. Find out what worked and what didn’t and improve on that this time round. If you weren’t around for the last Christmas party, find out more from those who were in attendance.

Teamwork is Important

Brainstorming is just one part of the planning process, but the execution part is no less important. Even if you could handle everything by yourself, you shouldn’t be. After all, commitment is more than just a feeling. To get everyone involved, you might want to form a party committee with one person representing each department. You can also pick from volunteers with different skill sets to maximize efficiency.

Allow Time for Socialization

Filling up the party with activities is a great way for people to have fun and enjoy themselves, but don’t forget the key point of any party: interaction. You might be talking to people on a daily basis, but it’s usually within your own department. This Christmas, give different departments the opportunity to mingle and break down barriers. After all, if the company requires everyone on board to continue ticking, isn’t it necessary to find out more about the people involved?

Rewarding Everyone

One of the many ways to celebrate a great company culture is by acknowledging and rewarding contributions. Other than boosting morale and letting everyone know that their work matters, it’s also a great way to motivate everyone for the coming year. From bonuses to physical presents, there’s plenty of ways to show that you care.

Treating everyone to our luxurious Vancouver car service is one way to show that you’re thinking of others. Our reliable chauffeurs are some of the best drivers on the road, and it’s always good to get into the festive mood as early on as possible. We’re also all about safety and comfort, so instead of worrying about traffic and getting back late, you can always rest assured that our Whistler limo rental solutions will take your Christmas party to the next level.


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