Charitybuzz and Apple are stirring up some interesting conversations about the value of lunch. Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, is auctioning off a lunch date with himself by allowing people to bid each other out for the opportunity. All proceeds benefit the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights, and in previous years, the bids for this lunch has exceeded half a million dollars.
Not every CEO holds the celebrity status Tim Cook does, but they do still hold the title. Holding such a position carries a powerful responsibility to empower your teams and embrace leading your troops to success. A simple 60-minute lunch with Tim Cook costs hundreds of thousands dollars. What would it cost your company to have your own CEO sit with the rest of the employees at lunchtime in the office?
Top-down management styles explore the effects of employee morale and job satisfaction by measuring how transparent management is with the rest of the organization. By bringing executives and staff together for an informal lunch, a company culture can evolve into a more connected environment. An environment that promotes collaboration and transparency and employees is a recipe for success.
Zerocater helps companies promote these important values and would love to bring your organization together for lunch.