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Ice-breakers for your presentation | 5 proven suggestions!

Haven’t we all been there? That moment when you sit down to prepare the first few lines of your presentation. The core of your story isn’t that difficult – you’re an expert on the matter. Yet, you want the beginning to be smashing too! We’re here to help: pick any of these ice-breakers and melt your crowd!

Team building exercises for meetings: combining content and fun

When looking into team building exercises for meetings, often the most extreme exercises tend to come up. From egg-and-spoon races to blindfolded indoor tent building. Games of which it remains to be seen just how effectively they contribute to better teamwork.

Anonymous feedback helpful for these 3 meetings

In an era of tranparent company cultures, anonymity isn’t always considered an asset. Still, it can facilitate trust and with it a starting point of a more open way of communicating. At Sendsteps we’re regularly involved in the setup of meetings in which anonymous feedback is considered: a must.

How to engage an audience: organize an interactive debate!

There are many more methods to engage your audience then only the good old “Q&A” sessions. The Dutch Contactlens Congress [NCC] is a living proof of this! Every other year 1500 optometric professionals gather from all over Europe. During the congress, attendees reflect on the latest trends and developments with regards to contactlenses. Sendsteps audience response system contributed in several ways to improve the audience interaction.

How to make a presentation interactive: best practice examples, software and ideas of interaction with your audience through activities and games

How to make a presentation interactive: best practice examples, software and ideas of interaction with your audience through activities and games If you would take a minute. And think of a presentation you’ve recently attended. Is there any presentation that pops up in your mind? You probably recall presentations that involved a creative element. Something […]

How to run an engaging meeting from home during the COVID-19 outbreak

How to run an engaging meeting from home during the COVID-19 outbreak What’s the best way to engage with your team, class or co-workers while you are unable to share the room? Sendsteps is the answer to that! Engage others when working from home Sendsteps believes that especially when working from home it is extremely […]

Teacher in front of a classroom

Teacher in front of a classroom Problem A teacher is trying to keep her students interested and engaged, while still teaching them the material they need to learn. Today’s kids are growing up with full access to their smartphones, tablets and laptops, they’re used to seeing interesting content with every swipe of their thumb. So, […]

Town hall meeting

Town hall meeting ProblemA CEO, manager or team leader who wants to know what’s really going on in her company, or on her team, can set up a Zoom meeting, or BSD (before social distancing) can take to the board room or breakroom and announce the latest company or team news. However, that doesn’t necessarily […]

Decision making with a group

Decision making with a group Problem 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, […]

Working from home: how to engage others during online meetings?

Working from home: how to engage others during online meetings? The current COVID-19 situation has an impact on our daily life, and also our working life. For many around the globe, the office is no longer accessible. Instead your home is now your new office. And with that, online meeting tools replace the regular offline […]

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