Corporate Culture and Corporate Entertainment
Entertainment – whether it is for relaxation, fun, or distraction – has always been part of a culture, most often a social activity involving a group of people. In corporate world, entertainment is part of the company’s culture as well.
Culture is defined as the system of shared beliefs, values, customs, behaviours, and artefacts that the members of society use to cope with their world and with one another. The values of an organization are clearly reflected in the way as well as the reason why it organizes entertainment for its most important audiences.
Let’s take corporate team building retreats. Group activities such as sailing, canoeing, or hiking simulate work environment – continuous changes and unpredicted situations challenge the group’s ability to adapt and deal with problems. As these activities are organised to bring about teamwork, they obviously help to build teamwork culture in an organisation.
The element of entertainment is often present in – or the focus of – employee reward programmes and incentives. Employee entertainment as a sign of recognition and a way to say thanks to top performers helps to build the culture of recognition, that is, a culture where employees are valued and shown appreciation. Besides respect and evaluation given to deserving employees in everyday communication, tangible rewards in the form of corporate entertainment strengthen the ties between the company and its employees. The same can be said about client entertainment, where a well-organised entertainment programme is a message that a company does care about its clients and that they are important.
After busy seasons, employees feel exhausted. Corporate entertainment events make tremendous rewards for employees’ effort and commitment. Letting employees unwind and have fun is a way to help them maintain a healthy work – rest balance and improve their morale. Original corporate entertainment events such as outdoor activities take people out of their everyday routines; new scenerios inspire new ideas. Thus, companies who see employee wellbeing and creativity as their main business accelerators can benefit a great deal by regularly providing corporate entertainment.
In general, corporate entertainment is about people. A corporate culture
where people are valued as the greatest asset helps the company to attract
and retain its key audiences.
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