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Meeting and event design is entering a disruptive era. It’s gone from putting the spotlight on the stage – the result of passive and static meetings – to designing interactive and participatory experiences.
Why? On one hand, we know – as demonstrated by the pyramid of learning - that we only remember between 5 and 20% of any new knowledge that we’ve read or has been told to us. But if we learn something by discussing it, putting it into practice or teaching it to others, we’ll retain between 50 and 90%. And we’ll remember it for a longer period of time.
Hence the design of participatory events, where public opinion and the sharing of information is a growing trend. In this blog we’ve already discussed ways to help your attendees get up and out of their chairs and to share their knowledge.
But it’s not enough to just apply a methodology. The process of having your attendees interact with one another affects the entire design of the event (before, during and after). Take note of these ideas:
You already know that the exchange of information and ideas among participants is one of the primary reasons for the existence of events and meetings. And there are many ways to encourage your guests to interact. Just don’t hesitate to incorporate these ideas from the beginning the next time you are faced with planning an event.
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