How to Make Audiences Love Your Trainings
You value the people that come to your training, events, talks, and seminars. But they don’t necessarily know that. Not to worry: You can make your audience love your event by showing that you value them. If the people in your audience feel valued, they are way more likely to come back for more or recommend you to friends and colleagues. Here are five methods you can try out immediately.
Five engagement methods that work in your online events
How do you keep your crowd active? Every online event is initially the same: People turn their cameras off and let their attention fly. There is no single silver bullet. But, we collected five methods that engage your audience to help you find the best method for your event. Try them out to find out what works best for you!
Engaging workshop audiences: Five games you can try online
You’ve seen it a thousand times. Your online workshop goes on for quite some time, and your audience’s attention is starting to dwindle. Reclaim their attention easily: Utilize the intimate setting and play a game with your participants. Bring back their attention and lighten the mood.
Chair Yoga — A memorable, engaging activity for any workshop
It’s the second hour of your all-day workshop. You take stock of your audience and notice that the first people are drifting away. Some are not looking at their screens any more. Others are asking about things you just explained. Get their attention back quickly: Revitalize the audience with some exercise!
Case Study: How to de-stress your workshop and improve Q&A satisfaction
In mid-2021 we were contacted by a team organizing a series of workshops for an event at the library of the University of Düsseldorf (Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf). Before schnaq part of our team worked at the University of Düsseldorf and thus was the logical choice to help improve the event. We did not only bring the expertise from an educational background, but we also had the right technology. But let’s start at the beginning: