Take a step back: What are your patients thinking? Are their needs being met, or is there something that could be done differently? Asking these questions through healthcare surveys is what understanding patient experience is all about.
When you conduct a survey or questionnaire, you want the answers participants provide to be genuine and honest. That’s the whole point of collecting answers and data in the first place! So, how can you ensure you’re getting the most raw and real answers respondents have to provide? The answer may just be in collecting anonymous data.
What do your team meetings look like as we make our start in 2021? They’re probably a lot different than they might have been at the beginning of 2020! Many of us have had to adapt to virtual settings and attempt to accomplish all of the same things we would have in an in-person meeting. Having productive meetings and meeting culture in general, is simply different than it once was.
You’ve done the work to put an incredible survey together. It includes all of the valuable questions you need to gain better insights, it was sent out at just the right time, and it took a lot of your precious time to create. There’s just one problem! No one is engaging in your survey in order to get you the response rates you need.
Is your business utilizing social media surveys yet? If not, now’s the time to start. Here’s why.
You’ve probably been exposed at one time or another to a person who seems to have a LOT of opinions or thinks they are better than others. It could be in the workplace or even just at the family dinner table. The Dunning-Kruger effect just might be the explanation you’ve been looking for when it comes to these types of people.
If you think about what first catches your attention as you’re scrolling through your news feed, browsing online or even entering a room, it more than likely will be something to do with visuals. Visuals hold a lot of power when it comes to capturing your audience’s attention, which is likely a major goal of your marketing strategy. Could a word cloud be the visual you need?
Looking to mix things up when it comes to providing quizzes during your next online presentation or virtual meeting? Trying out fun new quiz styles can be a great way to test your audience’s knowledge on certain topics, all while keeping them engaged and on their toes.
Presentations. We’ve all given them, sat through them, or even created them at some point. But what makes a presentation great? What makes it go from something we dread doing or are less than excited to sit through, into something that is motivating and stimulating? PowerPoint Integration of course!