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How to design Townhall meetings that increase engagement and transparency


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Over $37B is lost on unproductive meetings every year. But they don't need to be a burden. On the contrary. If designed right, Townhall meetings become a powerful communication platform to engage with the team, build trust and align on common goals.

As Marc Benioff of Salesforce said: "There is nothing more important for a growing company than constant communication and complete alignment."

Join Slido to discuss how to use meeting design to organise internal meetings that increase employee engagement and create a transparent culture.

Slido is an award-winning Q&A and live-polling platform that has helped many of the most innovative companies run active conversations around the issues that matter most to the employees.

Having grown from 20 to 80+ employees across 4 continents, 6 time zones and 8 countries in the past 2 years, we'd love to share some lessons that we learned first-hand as well as from our customers.

We'll start by sharing some advanced tips on how we at Slido design meetings to drive alignment, employee engagement and transparency.

For the facilitated roundtable discussions that will follow, we will split into groups and share the best practices with one another.

*Who is this for?*

- Current Slido clients in the UK

- Internal Communications professionals

- Anyone who's interested in improving their internal meetings

*Why attend?*

- Learn meeting design techniques to organise and facilitate effective all-hands meetings that have a positive impact on the company culture and its growth

- Participate in interactive roundtable discussions and learn the tips from fellow communications professionals

- Experience interaction techniques first-hand

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