2020 Resolutions For Your Team That You Can Actually Push Through

The first few weeks of the new year is a delicate period of time, a time when office workers return to the rhythm of the 9 to 5 pace and when promised New Year’s resolutions are carefully observed like religious rites. Some of us want to lose weight, while some of us want to buy that expensive car they've always dreamed of. Some resolve to travel the world, while others resolve to stop disappointing others.

The first few weeks of the new year is a delicate period of time, a time when office workers return to the rhythm of the 9 to 5 pace and when promised New Year’s resolutions are carefully observed like religious rites. Some of us want to lose weight, while some of us want to buy that expensive car they've always dreamed of. Some resolve to travel the world, while others resolve to stop disappointing others.

Your team members might have their own individual resolutions, but as a team, all of you might have a collective resolution that you're aiming to achieve. Of course, resolutions can be tricky to fulfill. The resolve to lose weight might falter at the sight of a banana split, or the resolution to stop hurting inside might waver when you remember that somebody stopped talking to you, and won’t ever talk to you again. However, fulfilling a New Year’s resolution can be, well, fulfilling, especially when you do it together with your team. Whether you’re hiring corporate event management companies to facilitate these resolutions or doing it on your own, these 2020 initiatives will surely make the start of the new decade feel fresh and encouraging.

Get to Know Each Other

How long have you been working with each of your teammates? A few weeks? Maybe a few months? Have you been working with somebody for more than a year now? How much do you know about them? Am I asking too many intrusive questions? What was your breakfast today?

Back on topic, getting to really “know” each other is easier than you think, and might even make the workplace more conducive to productivity. When you’re working with friends and not strangers, then the 9 to 5 pace might feel less tedious and demanding.

Through the Stomach

Food! Food is a great way to get people together. Organizing a potluck in the office room is a great way to bring in a festive atmosphere into your cubicle-dominated business chambers. Better yet, instead of getting catering, why not encourage your team members to bring their own home-cooked meals, so that everybody in the office can taste each other’s intimately-made creations, like a family dinner. Such a potluck is a great way to express each person’s individual cuisine styles and preferences, along with the culture and background behind them. A homemade New York Style Pizza might be served next to a plate of vegetarian spring rolls, along with a bowl of Indonesian soto ayam.

Organize a Fun Activity

What better way to get your team together than with a fun teamwork activity? Playing games is a great way to get people moving, boost their thinking and planning skills, and also unite your office workers as they strive to win together. There are many corporate event planning packages that can facilitate these team building activities, but if you want an office-initiated activity, why not? As long as you have an engaging activity, then your team will surely enjoy their team-building activities, activities that work to bring people together and create friends out of strangers. To quote a meme, the real New Year’s resolution was the friends that we made along the way.

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