When you plan a brainstorming session for your team, you’re accomplishing a couple of goals in one: First, you’re creating the opportunity to problem-solve and come up with great new ideas. Second, you’re giving your employees or team members the chance to speak up and be heard.
Constructive, honest employee feedback is an invaluable resource for leaders and managers. This kind of open communication should be a goal of any successful business, and encouraging employee feedback is a big part of achieving it.
We’ve all been there. You’re attending an in-person meeting or event and you’re put on the spot: “Stand up and tell us a fun fact about yourself.” A shiver runs down your spine and you break into a cold sweat trying to come up with something interesting to share.
Annual general meetings (AGMs) are typically hosted in-person. But like many other meetings and events, AGMs are turning to virtual options to keep up with the times.
Have you considered using live video integration for your next virtual event? If you’re not sure how or why it’s a great option, don’t miss the rest of this post.
Whether they’re conducted in person or they’re virtual, Q&A sessions are a great way to connect with your audience and keep them engaged during meetings, conferences, and events. Not to mention, they offer your audience a chance to speak up, be heard, and feel valuable. At the same time, you can keep your finger on the pulse of what’s most important to your audience.
Does it seem like you spend half your day attending virtual meetings for work? By now, you might have noticed some virtual presentations are more energized and exciting than others. But it might be hard to put your finger on what exactly it is that sets one virtual meeting apart from the next.
When you hear “team culture,” your mind probably goes right to the culture of your own corporate team. If you’re lucky, you have a positive association with this term. But let’s say your first thought is, “Yikes, our team culture could use some work.”