Iron Chef Style Team Building Event

Iron Chef Style Team Building Event

Iron Chef event was a team building event held at the Community Culinary School of Northwestern Connecticut in February 2015 and April 2017. The event was loosely based on the "Iron Chef" reality tv show. Each team select ingredients form an array of food items to be utilized in creating and preparing three tapas. Teams presented their tapas to guest judges who chose a winning team!  We took away from the event, the following skills: 

Team Benefits

  • Team Unity
  • Problem Solving
  • Communication Skills
  • Positive Thinking
  • Time Management
  • Communication

Team Focus

  • Learning experience
  • Communication
  • Getting to know your team

This experience also helped us improve our:

  • Confidence
  • Communication skills
  • Flexibility
  • Leadership skills
  • Self-esteem
  • Cooperation
  • "...a valuable asset" assisting us through the design and construction phases of our ECM projects.  I want to express my sincere appreciation for contributions, expertise, professionalism and willingness to help us reach our goals. -G.C.

  • "...very pleased with your work on the Death Certificate Tracking System."

    Your attitude and ability to deal with a difficult user climate was very impressive. -V.E.

  • "...coordination, planning and partnership they bring to the table are un-paralleled.  The upgrade of FileNet went live with less than 1% of users experiencing issues..."

    David and team consistently go above and beyond with their efforts and attention to detail...In my 21 1/2 years working in the government sector they have been the best vendor I have worked with.   - M.M.

  • "Your consultant fit in well with our team..." they worked together to ensure we knew how to accomplish each of the tasks needed within the stages.

  • "I don't know how we can go wrong with partners like you..."

    ...your continued support and knowledge has made all the difference! -B.H.

  • "Please know that I truly appreciate our consultant's knowledge and effort in ensuring the success of this project..."

    ...and I thank you both for being great business partners. -D.W.