Blog about Audience Response
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.
Some of us are regularly involved in hosting groups. For instance, in the role of a trainer training course attendees, or in the role of a HR adviser welcoming new team members or maybe as specialist giving lectures. Isn’t it comfortable to then stick to a standardized story line?
Now let’s be honest: how productive are you on a Friday afternoon? By that we mean at work. Not in the bar. No offense, but we reckon there’s other days of the week on which you’re more productive. We don’t blame you. Still, what to do with these moments where you feel the weekend should start, but it’s not fully there yet? Indeed – play a quiz with your team!
Because Sendsteps helps you to unlock so many questions from your audience, you can easily run out of Q&A time. In the old days your audience would be too shy to ask a question. That’s why you could easily schedule 5 minutes for a Q&A. Now that Sendsteps allows everyone to easily participate, you’ll suddenly run out of Q&A time! So what to do next? Try applying one of these three ideas and turn all unanswered questions into clever contact moments after your event!
Are you preparing for an interactive presentation with Sendsteps? Here you can find tips and tricks to ensure you’re all set for your upcoming presentation!
Sitting between Susan and Jose in Monday meetings and working alongside Adina and Takeshi on the new project give you a perfect overview of cultural differences in the business world. What makes communication effective? How can you speed up the decision-making process? We created a culture guide to help you find the best way of communication.