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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. 

Crisis Management & Technologies That Enable You To Save Your Event

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Free Report: What Millennials Want in Meetings

Millennial meeting attendees value face-to-face networking at meetings and events just as much as previous generations. Recognizing this, forward thinking industry stakeholders are implementing next generation meeting design and event technologies that are more aligned with Millennials’ generational preferences.

Going-the-Distance Learning

The more insights that brain-science and cognition research uncover about how we apply what we learn, the less it seems that the traditional conference education program is up to the task. Sure, your attendees can choose from numerous education sessions along multiple tracks over several days of a jam-packed agenda.

LEGO Serious Play

We experienced at The FRESH Conference how LEGO can be a great and engaging tool to facilitate the learning.

Inject These 5 Education Disruptors In Your Conference

 

Brain science is not a fad and neither is online learning.

Could Your Meeting Use a Little Drama?

For centuries, the theater world has specialized in engaging audiences and moving hearts and minds. What can meeting professionals learn from all that sound and fury signifying something? Raise the curtain and let’s find out.

FRESH15 between Art and Technology …

How Technology Based Entertainment Create the Ultimate Custom Experience

Ten years ago event apps hadn’t been invented.  Nowadays attendees can’t imagine an event without one.  Technology has changed the face of events; from event apps and online registration to live analytics and event software, technology has permeated every aspect of events. 

Unlearning Our Old Patterns Of Conference Education To Relearn ...

It’s past time for conference organizers to learn about learning! Our conference success depends upon it.

We’ve got to stop saying that it is someone else’s job to manage the content, programming and the attendee experience of the conference. That all we do is work on the logistics of the conference.

Get More from Your Event Spending

Event marketing is currently a very expensive and sloppy process in most firms because the relevant information is fragmented, difficult to assemble, and the “database” is often a pile of business cards. But it needn’t be that way. The means for more careful thinking about the big money you may already be spending is at your fingertips.

Four Values To Super Charge Your Conference Participant Peer Learning

In today’s high-tech, information-at-your-thumbs world, education models have shifted.

Our conference participants now have the capacity and cultural motivation to produce their own knowledge. They experience overwhelmingly support for creating and sharing information and connections in their daily lives.

A report: the Innovation Zone EIBTM14

This year the Innovation Zone charmed all #EIBTM14 visitors with a fresh look and feel. Kudos to Many Colors for the amazing stand design and construction.

Seeing is not remembering, it turns out

People may have to 'turn on' their memories in order to remember even the simplest details of an experience, according to psychologists. This finding, which has been named 'attribute amnesia,' indicates that memory is far more selective than previously thought.

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.

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