Five Ways to Have More Mindful Meetings
True learning takes effort
A few weeks ago during an all-employee meeting, our team was discussing whether or not to hold lunch and learns. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, it’s very straightforward: the company schedules a presentation or training session during the lunch hour. In some cases, lunch is provided to incentivize attendance.
Lunch and learns are common in many companies—and are popular. They’re fun and can be useful for bringing people together and building camaraderie. Everyone’s eating, taking a break from work, and generally in a good mood. Most people walk away with positive feelings. Nothing wrong with that.
But the real question is, “How much do people actually learn from these things?”
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