Hosting Successful Roundtables

When planned and hosted correctly, round table discussions are my favorite way to share and obtain information with associates. It is personal, everyone has a chance to chime in, and they have the potential to be very informative.

I found an interesting article on how to plan and host successful roundtables. I thought it would be a great Talking Tuesday talking point.

13 Tips for Planning and Hosting Successful Roundtables

Written by Kelvin Newman | Founder of Rough Agenda
What do we mean by a roundtable? It’s a gathering of about a dozen interested people, often with similar interprets or job titles. They last about an hour and a half and have been successful editorially but also commercially, with companies paying to sponsor or host the roundtable.

Here are four things we learned in our early days doing roundtables that can make or break the event experience for your attendees…

Read the full article here.

This Talking Tuesday is recommended by: Brooke Simcik, CDFA

Published by Dallas Society for Design Administration

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