Decision making with a group

Meeting with phones


As the leader of a team or company, it’s always a balancing act to determine how much of a decision should be made on your own, versus how much to have your team, company or colleagues weigh in. Some of the easiest ways to ask a group its opinion, is to ask for a show of hands, ask them to write it down or ask them to do an email survey. However, with each of those methods, there can be downsides. Raising a hand might ask for a favorable decision that is liked by the CEO, and can be influenced by group thinking and desirable outcomes. Doing a survey or writing it down anonymously can be better, but it takes time to tally the results.

How to get started using only a browser

  1. Go to

  2. Create an account FREE of charge

  3. Type in the first question with the possible answers and select one/more of the answers correctly

  4. Click the ‘Present Slideshow’ button

How to get started using our Sendsteps PowerPoint add-in (PC only)

  1. Sign up for FREE and download the add-in (download page will pop up automatically)

  2. Then press the button in the Sendsteps ribbon in the top-left corner (Add question) and select Quiz (first button on top left corner) on the pop-up and fill in the question and the possible answers

  3. You can fully adjust your presentation; from different fonts, colors, adding your company logo/brand etc.

  4. Click ‘Start session’ (the play button in the Sendsteps ribbon) and then “Start slideshow”

  5. Click install the add-in and wait until it loads the first presentation automatically

Robert Daverschot

Robert is a professional moderator, presenter and speaker coach. Robert has years of experience at home and abroad and works for a broad range of industries. He has interviewed ministers, captains of industry and even His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In his dealings with the audience, he always uses Sendsteps. With it, an audience is able to voice their opinions, whereby attendees can cast votes or send in comments to speakers and panels on stage. As such, events turn into lively dialogues with everyone being able to speak up!