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Cat got your tongue? Five ways to improve audience Q&A at events

Cat got your tongue? Five ways to improve audience Q&A at events
Suddenly you're staring out at a desolate wasteland of Easter Island statues and unsure hands half hovering in the air. 

SAVVY CONGRESS shifting knowledge

Customised and interactive event platform tool for attendee involvement and knowledge sharing

 

Savvy is an interactive event tool which stimulates knowledge sharing amongst participants during a congress or event and creates involvement between t

Your e-book guide to increase audience engagement

Discover new icebreakers
Kick off your conference with engaging icebreakers 
and bring your delegates together right at the start.

Host successful Q&A sessions
Turn your attendees into active participants 
and make them part of your event Q&A sessions.

Creating Networking Opportunities

For many delegates, networking becomes the number one reason for attending conferences.

Maarten Vanneste, always working for yourself

Listen to the podcast done by Grass Shack to the Meeting Design Institute President, Maarten Vanneste about the start of his career, the challenges he faced for the last 30 years, and where the meeting industry is and should be moving forward.

Conference Pivoting: Memory, Remembering, Cues And Mnemonics

Viewing a conference presenter does not give it much sticking power in the memory to paraphrase cognitive psychologist Dr. Daniel Willingham.

How Meeting Design Leads to Higher ROI

Meeting design and ROI have been buzz words in our industry for quite some time now. But is there a connection between the two? Actually, there is and it’s key to understand it to plan more effective meetings.

Innovations in Meeting Design

Designing more interactive and effective meetings and events depends on how sessions and functions are designed. Not just for décor and flowers and light, but the design around the purpose - the objectives.

VIDEO: Exploring Meeting Formats

Meeting formats are probably the most visible and impactful changes you can make in meetings or sessions and most of them come with zero or limited cost.

Is Your Conference Fostering Conscious Cognitive Misers?

Are you creating intellectually lazy conference participants?  Your conference programming may harbor bias toward minimizing cognitive efforts. In other words, your conference sessions and speakers may actual curtail participants’ thinking. Your conference could be creating happy fools.

MEETING DESIGN | Training Course

20 Jan 2015 09:00
21 Jan 2015 17:00
Location: 
Malmö, Sweden
Registration: 
 
Famous Meeting Designer from the Netherlands and author of “Into the Heart of Meetings”, Mike van der Vijver, visits Malmö, Sweden

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.

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