Our three principles for planning social events

Recently, a colleague at one of our LTG sister companies reached out to me directly for advice on providing great cultural and social activities to employees. They had recently been given a dedicated budget to social activities and were struggling to come up with ideas that went beyond luncheons and gift cards but instead made a real impact on their team. The question encouraged me to reflect more broadly on our attitude regarding culture and resulted in the creation of three principles for planning work social activities. Given what an emphasis we place on culture here at Rustici, I thought these were worth sharing.

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