Which drink you would like to have?
It is important to stay hydrated at a meeting, but be mindful of the type of drink you are consuming. Sugary drinks with caffeine can lead to dehydration and can disrupt your focus. Water, seltzer, and unsweetened fruit juices are healthy and refreshing alternatives.
Meeting Drink: Enjoy Responsibly
Alcohol Consumption: Alcohol is a drug found in many beverages, such as beer, wine, and liquor. It has effects on the body, mind, and behavior and can be dangerous when consumed in excess. Safe Drinking: Safe drinking is the practice of consuming alcohol in a responsible manner. This includes understanding the risks and minimizing potential harm from drinking. Underage Drinking: Underage drinking is the consumption of alcohol by individuals under the legal drinking age, which is 21 in the United States. Underage drinking can have serious legal and health consequences.
Most meetings starts with coffee, but the trend of meetings with alcoholic drinks is increasing in most major cities. In some countries, it is traditional to offer attendees a drink before a meeting begins. The oldest known meeting drinking practice dates back to ancient Greece, where hosts would offer their guests a cup of wine before any discussion.
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Work together in pairs: What is one way that you can choose to make a meeting drink that is both tasty and healthy?
What are some different types of Meeting Drinks and what might be the best option for a professional meeting?
Work together in pairs: What are some tips you would give to someone about how to be respectful and professional when having a meeting over a drink?
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What is a 'Meeting Drink'?
- A drink that is offered at a meeting to welcome attendees
- A type of alcoholic beverage
- A drink that is consumed during a meeting to stay alert
Which of the following drinks is commonly served as a 'Meeting Drink'?
'Tea Breaks' are often incorporated into meetings. True or False?
What are the benefits of offering Meeting Drinks?
- Keeps attendees hydrated and alert
- All of the above
- Encourages networking among attendees
Is water considered as one of the Meeting Drinks?