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Book Club

Lisa Dawson 5 years ago in Innovative Ideas / Employee Engagement updated by alecjaxob 4 years 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.

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.