Today’s business events rarely follow the “if you build it, they will come” strategy. Even events that employees are required to attend can have attendance problems (you’d be amazed at the excuses people can come up with if an event … [...]
Brainstorming has an interesting relationship at events. It allows for more relaxed conversation in smaller groups, which sounds like a great idea, especially for longer presentations. However, it can also interrupt the main point, distract attendees, and accomplish nothing useful, … [...]
You may have heard about the crowdsourcing trend sweeping through business events during the past year or two. Now that it’s getting more mainstream and technological support, crowdsourcing event planning is a lot easier – essentially, you can ask your … [...]
Evening activities and events may work out great for your event planning team…but they don’t always work out well for attendees or employees. Here are several things to consider when planning evening events.
Be Aware of Scheduling Conflicts vs. Demographics… [...]
Are your team activities getting a little too…old? Have you noticed that attendees are getting bored with the same tried-and-true teamwork and icebreaking activities? It’s tough to find the right new activities for a whole group – activities tend to … [...]