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The Lunch and Learn (L’n’L) format allows attendees to receive short, focused training in a 60 minute slot, often during their lunch-hour. This approach is suitable for groups of 15 – 200, at any level of expertise.

My L’n’L sessions use the same core material as that in my webinars, but with the added advantage of face-to-face contact. As a result these sessions tend to be short, punchy and highly interactive with lively Q&A and discussions. The training is usually less formal and structured than normal, giving a more dynamic and interactive approach.

Like webinars, LnL sessions offer a low-cost and effective means of engaging with staff and delivering the key points of a topic. The format is better suited to larger groups, as these tend to be more interactive.  Used correctly they are an engaging medium, and increasingly popular with employers and their staff. The titles listed are available as existing products, which I have developed and presented over the past four years.  Contact me to see how I can deliver these topics to your staff.

Topics

How to Handle Difficult People View

Managing Challenging Times – coping with difficult personal and work situations View

How to Manage Change and Transition View

Time Management – doing more, simply View

Work-Life Balance – keeping a healthy perspective View

Understanding and Coping with Loss View

Caring for a dependent – practical and emotional issues View

Developing Personal Resilience – top tips for employees  View

Building and Maintaining Healthy Workplace Relationships View

Dealing with Stress and the Pressure of Daily Demands View

Please note:

Lunch and Learn and Webinar titles share the same content. The outlines given here are therefore the same for both.

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