If you’ve ever conducted a Q&A session, you know firsthand the challenges of trying to get through all of the questions so no one leaves feeling frustrated or unheard. Of course, it’s not always possible to answer ALL of the questions, but what if there was a surefire way to ensure you’re at least answering the ones that are most important to your audience? Well, that’s precisely what upvoting questions in a Q&A session can do for you!
After all, it’s hard to keep any audience’s attention with words on a screen alone. When you pair your words with enticing visuals that support your point and excite your audience or attendees, you’ll find they come away a lot more energized than they were before the meeting started.
It’s no secret that when it comes to presentations, audience engagement is paramount to their success. If an audience isn’t engaged, your presentation will be less than impressive. Or worse, entirely forgotten! So, recently we shared several presentation strategies to ensure that doesn’t happen to you. Now, in part two of this series we’re shifting our focus to virtual presentations and helpful strategies for improving them.
When was the last time you were truly “wow-ed” by a presentation? You know, the type of presentation that leaves you thinking about it for days…and for all the right reasons? Unfortunately, these impressive presentations seem to be far and few between. Instead, you’re left sitting through endless hours of boring, run of the mill presentations, meetings, and seminars.
Like it or not, the holidays are quickly approaching! As an employer, you know this time of year can come with unique challenges, as much as it’s also an exciting occasion. Among the many common challenges employees notice during these months of the year is keeping their employees engaged when there are so many distractions. But don’t worry, today we’re sharing helpful employee engagement strategies for the holiday season you won’t want to miss!
Today’s post is all about cluster sampling. It’s a strategy that comes in handy when you need to poll a big audience but you’re short on time and other resources. We’ll tell you all about the ins and outs of implementing this strategy, as well as different ways to do it, the advantages of cluster sampling, and more.
Did you catch the first part of this series that we kicked off with the best leadership advice a number of industry leaders had ever heard? (If not, find part one here)
What’s the best leadership advice you’ve ever received? Maybe something comes to mind right away that’s guided the course of your business, your leadership strategy, or even your life.
Whether you call it learning and development, training and development, employee education, or staff training, one thing is for sure: creating an effective L&D program at your organization is paramount to its success.
The ability to conduct live polls directly within your PowerPoint presentation is one of the best tools presenters have for keeping their audiences engaged. At the same time, it makes presentations run a lot more smoothly when you don’t need to navigate to different screens or apps to share a poll. Whether you’re new to PowerPoint polling or a vet, you might be new to Swift Polling’s PowerPoint embed feature. But not for long!