Unlocking the Potential of Corporate Discussions and Workshops
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
This questionnaire is designed to help measure, understand and improve corporate conversations, discussions, meetings, workshops, and brainstorming. It is a great resource for corporate directors and executives who want to unlock the potential of their team through engaging, meaningful dialogue.
- The project lead who wants to explore best practices for facilitating successful meetings
- The HR department that needs to convince executive managers about the opportunity of using workshops and discussion-based exercises
- The team manager who wants to ensure productive and purposeful sessions with his team
- The marketing executive looking to brainstorm creative strategies
- The finance director eager to promote an environment of open communication
Explore how teams discuss and share ideas
Evaluate the effectiveness of sessions
Assess collaborative methods used
Measure creativity in idea generation
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Q. How often have you actively participated in group conversations?
Q. What methods have you used to prepare meetings?
- We do not do any preparation
- We attempt to plan ahead and assign tasks
- We follow a fully-formatted framework including SMART goals and effective DDRs
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- Respondent profiles for a helicopter view of your audience.
- A maturity model with which algorithms calculate a six times smarter improvement target (compared to when you leave that to a human).
- Improvement suggestions (per question) how to move from one answer to another
- Suggested follow-on projects. After all, moving your organization from A to B might require more than just doing an assessment.