April 9th, 2012
Internal company gatherings—from companywide training and retreats to employee appreciation and holiday parties—are a necessary part of any business or organization, but they aren’t always a success. Well-planned events serve to educate, promote the company, build camaraderie
and reward employees for a job well done. Poorly planned events are costly in terms of time, money and morale.
No matter the size of the business or the reason for the event, planning an internal event is a challenging and time-consuming task. This Blue Paper™ is a beginner’s guide to planning and promoting internal company events, outlining steps from forming a (hopefully nontoxic!) event team, and completing an evaluation. Are you ready to party? Then get ready to plan!
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