Blog about Audience Response
During events we tend to only focus on the audience right in front of us. But what about the people who couldn’t make it?
Many companies are currently dealing with reorganisation. Transparent communication throughout such complex phases is essential. Sendsteps has successfully contributed to several organisational changes and culture sessions.
The International Talent Event Amsterdam [ITEA] will take place on April 17th. This initiative is organised for the second time by the Amsterdam Economic Board, Amsterdam inbusiness, the University of Amsterdam, the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, InHolland and the VU University Amsterdam.
In the first weekend of February, our Sidekick was present at the European Meetings Events Conference [EMEC].
We often send out questionnaires after meetings. But we’re rarely happy with the response as it’s usually minimal.
Managers are becoming redundant. A bold statement, that is slowly but surely getting more support. It’s an approach I believe in. And since late last year, I’ve been working towards this more and more within Sendsteps.
For a big, worldwide operating company, Sendsteps is the way to acquire feedback on its management teams and (corporate) culture clashes. This company sends out one of its employees to travel across the globe and facilitate internal workshops for its international offices.
As a speaker or chairman at an event you want to engage your audience. Here’s an example on how to do so…
It’s not unusual for a lot of confidential information to be exchanged during meetings. Take for example meetings during which significant decisions are made, reorganization is discussed, or a private meeting where important visitors such as shareholders, CEOs or ministers cast a vote.
Last year, Sendsteps has grown significantly again. Not just almost 40% in turnover, but professionally too.