Big meetings are often faced with a big problem – lots of people packed into a conference room or auditorium with their attention easily distracted from the presentation they’re attending. One of the most effective way to keep groups large and small focused on important presentations is through audience response technology.
Organizing a meeting or seminar for your company or organization can be stressful enough without worrying about how engaging your presenter will be. But often, one of the considerations a planner must make is whether the person scheduled to appear is an engaging speaker or, to be kind, a bit of a dud.
The old saying goes, “There’s only one chance to make a first impression.” And while in the business world it’s frequently used to encourage job applicants to be at their best, it’s also relevant to employers during the employee onboarding process.
Ask any middle school teacher and they’ll tell you one of the hardest parts of their job is keeping their audience – the students – focused and engaged. For the adult trainer, there’s certainly a difference in the audience, but the challenge is exactly the same.
A Learning management system (LMS) is a term used loosely to refer to a variety of computer application programs designed for training or educational purposes.