Hosting a Successful Lunch and Learn
Business organizations in efforts to further advance and drive personal, team, and business development organize “lunch and learn” meetings that focus on an informal setting that differ from traditional meeting scenarios. The purpose of developing a lunch and learn program for an organization is to provide an alternative to seminars and other formal training methods which require a formal approach and attention. These sessions can become an important element of any organizational culture, and can become an event that both employees and managers look forward to.
- Understand the fundamental aspects that are associated with the process of developing a lunch and learn session.
- Understand the business importance of effectively developing a lunch and learn session and how it can benefit the organization as a whole.
- Incorporate the industrial knowledge and concepts of successfully preparing, planning, developing, and delivering a proper lunch and learn session.
- Develop strategies and approaches that will best reflect on the needs and requirements of your organization for a lunch and learn sessions to turn them into organizational advantages.
About this course
Organizations in the modern era operate with the purpose of attracting the most customers, attracting the most prominent talent, and climbing the competitive ladder. Lunch and learn sessions can become an integral part of organizational culture as they can help improve the training and development processes of an organization.
This course is developed to provide a theoretical and practical understanding of the concepts and aspects which are related to the process of developing a lunch and learn session. Furthermore, this course aims to support you in the process of gaining the necessary knowledge so that you can utilize the best business practices for appropriately developing a lunch and learn session, how to determine the prerequisites for conducting this type of a session, and to ensure that there is an overall benefit for all the participants, as well as for the organization.