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Work with a ‘meeting architect’, who will help you realise your objectives from concept to the final product
As meeting and event organiser, your aim is to maximise the learning, networking and motivation of your participants.
This is fundamental to the success of any event and you cannot fail!
But from the proliferation of meetings technologies and solutions, how do you choose what will best suit your event?
Try working with a ‘meeting architect’, who will build your event collaboratively according to your specifications.
What will the meeting architect do?
Identify the meeting objectives
Design the meeting based on those objectives using tools from a toolbox of 5 main categories: concept, design, human, technical and technology
Produce the meeting: ensure that everything is carried out according to plan and budget
Assess the measured end-results and make a report
Wondering what are the solutions that you might find with a Meeting Architect?
Want to know more about Meeting Architecture?
President of the Meeting Design Institute
Author of Meeting Architecture
Conversations & input (C&I):
a unique way to radically improve your audience interaction
No technology, simple to implement, and free
That Q&A moment, at the end of a session, is when just a handful of participants get to ask the speaker a question: often an unsatisfactory one-to-one engagement with little relevance or interest and only the smallest form of interaction in which less than 1% of your audience is engaged.
Adopt C&I, is the next generation Q&A
C&I, is the next generation Q&A that breaks away from the traditional ‘listening-to-the-speaker-only’ format.
Discover how to optimise your audience engagement, enliven sessions, and take your meeting to a new level.
With and by Maarten Vaneste, Meeting Architect
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