Meetoo blog - Audience Engagement

4 deadly (but avoidable) sins of employee comms meetings

4 deadly (but avoidable) sins of employee comms meetings

Employee comms meetings can be highly valuable and companies can reap the rewards of them, but only if they avoid these 4 deadly sins.

By: Ben Waugh
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How to handle tricky colleagues and boost engagement

How to handle tricky colleagues and boost engagement

There are a variety of factors that make for a happy workplace and colleague interactions certainly play a large part. Here are a few approaches to take on board when handling difficult meetings and work situations.

By: Lilli Hender
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Boost motivation and results in class with these 7 tips

Boost motivation and results in class with these 7 tips

How can you keep students engaged during your lecture? How do you avoid distractions? This blog post offers some great advice on how to get and most importantly keep your students attention in the classroom and beyond.

By: Aleksandra Perisic
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How to Use Interactive Learning to Avoid the Brain Drain

How to Use Interactive Learning to Avoid the Brain Drain

We’ve all been there – someone asks a question and we know the answer but we can’t quite recall the information. A version of this is often experienced by students where one week they know a topic and can fluently answer questions but the next week, the information has evaporated. Often referred to as a ‘brain drain’ it is frustrating for both lecturer and student.  But can interactive learning help avoid this problem?

By: Aleksandra Perisic
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How to improve audience engagement for your next event or conference

How to improve audience engagement for your next event or conference

If you’re looking for ways to improve audience engagement and want to avoid some common pitfalls then read on for 4 helpful tips.

By: Ben Waugh
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Meetoo - A Brief History

Meetoo - A Brief History

Meetoo’s strategic goal is to attain a dominant global position in the provision of insight and two-way engagement through the mobile device, deploying a market leading product set that is mature, stable, and scalable without the need for significant further investment.  

By: Mark Beilby
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Getting the most out of your visit to Event Tech Live 2017

Getting the most out of your visit to Event Tech Live 2017

As Europe’s only show dedicated to Event Technology, ‘Event Tech Live’ is a firm fixture in the calendar. For the Meetoo team, taking part in Event Tech Live is a business opportunity naturally but it’s also a chance for the team to immerse ourselves in all the event ‘geekery’ that gets our fingers and grey matter twitching. Read our tips for visiting the show...

By: Sophie Thomas
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4 considerations for Event Professionals when choosing technology

4 considerations for Event Professionals when choosing technology

Event Professionals face the challenge of sourcing and using event technology tools that are reliable and deliver successful results, whilst also working with ever changing requirements and budgets. So, what are the four main considerations you should bear in mind when looking for your next event technology solution? 

By: Ben Waugh
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How live polling can engage a diverse workforce

How live polling can engage a diverse workforce

I was asked by a client of mine to run a “culture, vision & values” workshop recently. The question I faced was how would I deliver this and engage an organisation which includes team members with different skill levels and experiences, varied business functions, new joiners & long termers, multiple nationalities and cultures?  

By: Stephen Dann
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Fight Procrastination Day: 3 steps to motivate students

Fight Procrastination Day: 3 steps to motivate students

Dr Samuel Johnson produced an anatomy of Procrastination in an essay of 1751. “The folly of allowing ourselves to delay what we know cannot be finally escaped is one of the general weaknesses which, in spite of the instruction of moralists, and the remonstrances of reason, prevail to a greater or less degree in every mind”, he pithily wrote.

By: Mark Beilby
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