Customer stories

Shareyourmeal: The audience asks questions to the speaker

A speaker’s story quickly raises questions. How do you make sure those questions are really asked rather than suppressed? And how do you do this with a large group of people? It’s impossible to discuss everyone’s questions; still you can easily facilitate the process by discussing a number of anonymous questions.

NBA: Get to know what the audience thinks about itself

Mirror, mirror on the wall. Get to know what the audience thinks about itself. For learning and changeWouldn’t it be nice to hear how the audience collectively views itself? In only a short time frame, a series of questions will help you sketch a profile of your audience. Ask questions about the image of a […]

Libra: Show all you’ve got.

Show all you’ve got. Analyze and answer questions together. For change and inspiration How do you find out what your audience really thinks? Sure, you can walk through the audience offering up a microphone for responses and questions, but you never know what you’ll get – not to mention you’ll lose out on valuable opinions […]

Conjugo events: Follow suit. Vote on statements during a debate.

Follow suit. Vote on statements during a debate. For learning and involvement “What do you actually think about this?” A debate can help to form a clearer opinion. A subject can be fiercely defended, but what does the audience actually think about it? Will they let themselves be convinced or will it confirm what they […]

KLM: Engage your audience right from the start

Engage your audience from the start. Involve your audience during your presentation. For learning and involvement No matter how interesting your story is, after a certain amount of time your audience will begin to lose focus. Engage your audience right from the start by asking a question and then keep the questions coming. The result […]

Ahold: Many hands make light work. Let the audience work together on a solution.

Many hands make light work. Let the audience work together on a solution. For involvement and inspirationHow do you create ownership over an issue? And how do you make one person’s issue relevant to the whole group? By presenting the issue to the audience they can discuss it as a group first to gain a […]

Achmea: From A to Z.

From A to Z. The audience is thinking throughout: during, before, and after. For learning and involvement Is it possible to involve your audience before they come to your meeting? And what about the day after your meeting? Will everyone simply go back to their day to day routine? During the meeting there are several […]

Fresh: Any other business?

Any other business? The audience provides live input during a panel discussion. For learning and involvementAn interview with several guests at a panel is a common format for an audience to take in information. But why limit the conversation to the information coming from the panel, when there is much more information to be had […]

AFAS: Let the audience interacte playfully

Want to play a game? Let the audience think playfully. For learning and inspiration “Name all of the countries our company has offices in?”, “How often has the Dutch national soccer team lost the World Cup finals?” During a meeting, playing a quiz can offer up a nice break. While they are answering, you can […]

ABN AMRO: Opening communications within departments.

ABN AMRO: Opening communications within departments. For involvement and change You have a room full of people, but how do these people relate to each other? Is there tension within the group? If so, it might not be the best environment to begin sharing and discussing. However, there is an easy way to create a […]

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