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Book Club

Lisa Dawson 9 months ago in Innovative Ideas / Employee Engagement updated by alecjaxob 8 months ago 2

Start a book club for the wellness of employees as an alternative to those who don't wish to work out. We can meet once a month on our lunch time to discuss an book.

Benefits:
Provides wellness benefits as it keeps our minds engaged. Allows for another way for employees to meet other employees they usually wouldn't see.
Roll Out:
Would choose one day a month for interested employees to meet and discuss a book. We could send an email out department wide to gauge interest and include a survey for how they would like to see it done (day to meet, types of books, how books are selected, who finds comes up with questions, etc) Each month a new book would be assigned (based upon suggestions by the participants). We could either have some discussion questions (usually able to find them online) or we just have a discussion free form.

A book club is a reading group, usually consisting of a number of people who read and talk about books based on a topic or an agreed-upon reading list. It's common for book clubs to choose a specific book to read and discuss at the same time. Formal book clubs meet on a regular basis at a set location.

I like playing computer games like hillclimb on pc than reading books.