Facilitation,

The Art of Connecting With Your Audience

Every single meeting delegate holds unique knowledge. The Red Line Project helps you access this untapped wealth of information by creating a uniquely interactive learning experience. 

7 Tips for Creating Networking Opportunities at Your Event

There are two main reasons why people attend events – for knowledge building and networking. While event organizers dedicate lots of attention to the former, networking activities are frequently neglected, which is a great pity.

Five Super Effervescent Sparkling Conference Education Ideas

As a conference organizer, do you replicate last year’s conference schedule and experience and just change the filling?

Or do you mix it up? Constantly looking for new ways to freshen up the attendee’s conference experience.

New MDI Member | The Red Line Project

Discover, share and make events that last
 
Every single meeting delegate holds unique knowledge. The Red Line Project helps you access this untapped wealth of information by creating a uniquely interactive learning experience.

Powerful Panels description and report from Kristin Arnold


Transform boring panel discussions into powerful dialogues by following these five proven steps that professional panel moderators rely on to guarantee success.

http://powerfulpanels.com/

The Panel Report

IMEX: 10 Meeting Design Campfires

20 May 2014 10:00
22 May 2014 12:30
Location: 
IMEX Frankfurt 2014, Meeting Design Hub, Show Floor, Stand D780
email contact person: 
Language: 
English

MSI is increasing the number of educational opportunities for meeting professionals. At IMEX Frankfurt 2014 we’re launching the Meeting Design Campfire – a new space for the knowledge exchange, information and networking opportunities for our members.

Below the list of 10 sessions at IMEX Meeting Design Campfire:

Mastering moderation: 1D Frankfurt

18 Sep 2014 09:00
19 Sep 2014 16:00
Location: 
Frankfurt
Registration: 
email contact person: 
Language: 
English
a workshop for conference moderators/facilitators Moderation is a professional skill you acquire through experience. It’s all about interaction, interviewing, group dynamics, and leading discussions and processes. The best way to learn it is through plenty of practice and by watching the experts. You'll be given that opportunity by Kim Coppes and Jan-Jaap In der Maur, who between them have dozens of years' experience and hundreds of meetings under their belts.
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Mastering moderation: 1D London

5 Jun 2014 09:00
6 Jun 2014 16:00
Location: 
London
email contact person: 
A workshop for conference moderators/facilitators.
Moderation is a professional skill you acquire through experience. It’s all about interaction, interviewing, group dynamics, and leading discussions and processes. The best way to learn it is through plenty of practice and by watching the experts.
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First Google Glass application for event moderators introduced at FRESH14

Google glass is still a bit of a mystery in the meeting industry. At the FRESH Conference many participants were able to test one of three available on site ...
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  • First Google Glass application for event moderators introduced at FRESH14
  • First Google Glass application for event moderators introduced at FRESH14

More than Q&A format to satisfy the audience by MidCourse Corrections

Q&A no longer qualifies as a leading indicator of audience engagement.

Still stuck on that weary Q&A model?

It’s making you look so yesterday… and it’s one more reason why conference audiences are tuning out, particularly the Next Generation attendees. If we expect to maintain and grow our audiences, it’s time to get them more involved throughout the session — and in more dynamic and forward-leaning ways.
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