Meetings can be a powerful form of communication between human beings. However, the success of meetings depends on how participants behave and interact with each other.
In the ‘classical’ format of most meetings the power of human interaction is largely under-utilized and so, participants experience most meetings as flat and boring. They are hardly challenged as intelligent co-creators of the content and are pushed into a passive consumer role. The classical meeting fails to unleash the power of human interactions.
The point is that you can influence these interactions, steer them. As a meeting designer, we give shape to the programme, with the aim to make it as effective as possible and that means: facilitate the human interaction and make sure the goals of the meeting owner are achieved.
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