Learning to Lunch
IN-Person Lunch & Learn Forks, knives, napkins and spoons – they matter but not more than the people and relationships that are being fostered during your next business meal or networking/social
IN-Person Lunch & Learn
Forks, knives, napkins and spoons – they matter but not more than the people and relationships that are being fostered during your next business meal or networking/social event. COVID aside, there are plenty of things we can think through in advance to help us be prepared for the next professional event. In this session, we will use a real lunch to walk through table manners in a way that is appropriate for today and the future. And at the end, you’ll know your fork from…your other fork!
- Develop and encourage positive table manners for various situations
- Use the skills being taught in real-time
- Ask questions about specific scenarios we’ve faced in the past
This program is ideal for: Good for anyone! We can always use practice in this area.
About Our Facilitator
James Mitchell is originally from Chicago and earned two degrees (BA in English and MSEd in Adult Education) from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois. He moved to Muncie in 2000 to work at Ball State University.
Since 2019, James Mitchell serves as the Director of HR and Employee Experience at Minnetrista, a 40 acre museum and gardens that celebrates the legacy of the Ball families and their company which transformed food preservation at the beginning of the 20th century.
Professionally, James volunteers as the Director of Programs and Workforce Readiness with the East Central Indiana Human Resources Association (ECIHRA) and as vice chair on the board with Muncie Habitat for Humanity.
In his free time, James enjoys playing video games, travel, the arts (live theater and museums especially) and learning new things. He and his dog, Lady, live in Muncie.
(Thursday) 11:30 am - 1:00 pm