Occasionally, an article surfaces offering event planning advice or food-for-thought that leaves us savoring its morsels of wisdom. We recently came across such an article from EventMB, 5 Interactive Ways To Get Real-Time Event Feedback, written by James Morgan, that recognizes the value of real-time event feedback. Much like the author, Kennedy Events is big fans of techniques that glean real-time sensory feedback.
TRY A HUMAN SPECTROGRAM
ASK QUESTIONS THAT SPUR DISCUSSION
ENGAGE & LEARN FROM ATTENDEES
“Whilst you are in the planning stages of your event, you should already be thinking about how you are going to get feedback on the effectiveness of your event design. Particular questions run through your mind. Is my survey going to get many responses? Will it be constructive criticism? Will attendees remember the bad bits more clearly than the good bits? Or, how can my survey gauge the emotional response to my event? All these sorts of questions are common, but what if there was another way? A more creative and inspired way to collect feedback!”
Morgan lists 5 techniques with titles like “The Cupcake Method” and the “Emoji Exit Strategy”. The names along make us want to employ them now. Read the full article, 5 Interactive Ways To Get Real-Time Event Feedback, on the EventMB website.
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