Whether it’s race relations, equity, school closures or a myriad other issues, emotion plays a big role in so many P2 projects. Getting feedback from the audience and stakeholders – and getting it right – is vital. What means are there – technological and non-technological – for collecting, analyzing and effectively utilizing that feedback? Join us Tuesday, March 10 at 2pm Eastern time, as Dr David Campt and Michael Lickers discuss the value of keypad polling to collect audience response on emotional settings.
David -- "The Dialogue Guy" -- specializes in getting people to look beyond their cultural differences and work towards a common goal, without letting meetings degenerate into shouting sessions. Among many accomplishments, David organized townhall meetings for President Bill Clinton's Race Initiative.
Watch an interview with David here.
Michael is Senior Advisor of Aboriginal Relations with Suncor Energy in Canada. Michael, too, makes extensive use of keypad polling to gauge response, especially when dealing with Aboriginal youth.
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