October 18, 2017
Meetings, if planned well, can not only engage team members but also improve productivity and business-related goals. However, with the holidays on the horizon, many team members may find themselves distracted at the next conference space get-together. To keep everyone engaged throughout the Halloween and holiday season, consider organizing a themed meeting.
To get you started, we’ve compiled some of the best tips for putting together a memorable meeting.
Prior to choosing the appropriate conference space, it’s important to pick a theme and convey it to the invitees. This will not only set the tone for the meeting but also help attendees prepare and come up with ideas to help contribute.
Some of the things you can do to set the tone include:
Once you book a meeting room, you’ll want to invest in some quality-looking decorations. You can even enlist the help of the event management team at the venue. The decorations should be tasteful and used strategically. Remember: Less is always more.
Other tips to incorporate during the meeting:
Besides circulating meeting minutes to every attendee, there are a few other ways to conclude the session.
Don’t be afraid to get creative with a themed meeting. Oftentimes, these types of meetings are great at capturing the attention of the attendees and adding a little variety to the redundancy some meetings possess.
For some insight into what a meeting room rental includes, take a look at our previous post: Need to Book a Conference Room? Here’s What to Expect.
Are you looking for a venue to host a themed meeting at? Get in touch with the Event Management team at Best Western Plus Kelowna Hotel & Suites. We can help plan and execute the perfect themed meeting. We’d also be happy to discuss company Christmas party ideas and more. Call us today: 1-888-991-5705
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