CPG Anniversary: Will Work for Chocolate

CPG celebrated its seven-year anniversary this month and we would like to share our cotton anniversary with you!

At CPG we have an amazingly talented group of professionals with a myriad of skills and interests but it is when we come together that we are truly reminded of just how great we can be as a team.


For our seven-year anniversary, we took part in a team-building event at Farris and Foster’s chocolate in Baldwin Park, Orlando.

Our team building activity required us to be efficient and communicate effectively to accomplished our goals in the shortest amount of time possible. When Foster added competition to the challenge, the gloves came off and our team pulled out all the stops by getting our task done in record time.

After that, we were left to our final team building activity, learning to make chocolate! There were a few different ways to make things. The tools and ingredients on the table allowed you to dip fruits or different delights in chocolate, and we were also able to use hundreds of different chocolate molds. The dark chocolate conveyer belt was one of the most used methods of delivering chocolaty goodness to our treats. Apparently CPG really likes dark chocolate! JKP

In the end, we were able to bond, satisfy our sweet tooth, and celebrate another wonderful year together as a team. We also left with inspirational thoughts on how to better work as a team and improve our communication techniques (chocolate making requires coordination)! Please join us in celebrating our seventh year as a business by checking us out on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.



About the Author:


Cognitive Performance Group, LLC is a woman-owned small business with offices in Orlando, Florida, and Cleveland, Ohio. It was founded by Dr. Karol G. Ross, Jennifer K. Phillips, and William A. Ross. The three CPG Principals developed the concept for a company to support cognitive performance improvement in industry and government. (more...)

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