Live 'Q&A' event

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Background

In these uncertain times and the recent restrictions to support social distancing, we have had great questions about how EngagementHQ's eight online tools can be used to replace or mimic face-to-face engagement events.

While many are familiar with how you can use EngagementHQ's online engagement tools, there are other ways they can be used to support and increase online engagement, or to host a 'online event'.

We hope to showcase how easy it is to host a real-time online event, and to give you the confidence to use this approach for an upcoming engagement that your organisation needs to run.

When?

On Wednesday 1st April at 11.30am (AEDT – that's Victoria time), we invited you to ask us any questions about online engagement.

This was a real-time live event where our team of experts will respond immediately.

What do I need to do?

1. Simply book out time in your diary for this event and/or set up a reminder.

2. Revisit this page at 11.30am (AEDT) on Wednesday. We will provide instructions of how to participate.

3. Ask the panel your question/s.

What's next?

The event has now concluded. Read our summary below.

Take a look at the questions that were asked and the responses our panel provided in real-time.

If you missed out, and/or you have a question for the panel, feel free to ask us here (we aim to get back to you within 2 days).

Join one of upcoming live events, where we will be showcasing some of our more sophisticated online engagement tools.


The event has concluded

You can read a summary of the event below.

Background

In these uncertain times and the recent restrictions to support social distancing, we have had great questions about how EngagementHQ's eight online tools can be used to replace or mimic face-to-face engagement events.

While many are familiar with how you can use EngagementHQ's online engagement tools, there are other ways they can be used to support and increase online engagement, or to host a 'online event'.

We hope to showcase how easy it is to host a real-time online event, and to give you the confidence to use this approach for an upcoming engagement that your organisation needs to run.

When?

On Wednesday 1st April at 11.30am (AEDT – that's Victoria time), we invited you to ask us any questions about online engagement.

This was a real-time live event where our team of experts will respond immediately.

What do I need to do?

1. Simply book out time in your diary for this event and/or set up a reminder.

2. Revisit this page at 11.30am (AEDT) on Wednesday. We will provide instructions of how to participate.

3. Ask the panel your question/s.

What's next?

The event has now concluded. Read our summary below.

Take a look at the questions that were asked and the responses our panel provided in real-time.

If you missed out, and/or you have a question for the panel, feel free to ask us here (we aim to get back to you within 2 days).

Join one of upcoming live events, where we will be showcasing some of our more sophisticated online engagement tools.


  • Event summary

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    3 months ago

    Thank you to those who joined us for our first 'live digital engagement event'.

    We showcased how you could use the Q&A tool in a similar way to a face-to-face public briefing session or a stakeholder Q&A session.

    Whilst we did not promote this session widely, we had a number of people online who asked us a total of 11 questions in the hour time period we had allocated and promoted.

    Our team was working behind the scenes to answer/respond in real time. This also meant that participants had to 'refresh' their screens so they could see the answers as they were being responded to. Overall it seemed to work well.

    This was a great start to our series of four live events that we will be hosting. We started today by showcasing one tool (Q&A) which also allowed for 'unverified participation' (eg you just had to leave an email address).

    Next week we are stepping things up, and will be using a combination of 3 digital tools to show how you can run an engagement process online, and in real-time.

    For more information and to join our next event, please click here for more details and to register.

    Thank you to those who joined us for our first 'live digital engagement event'.

    We showcased how you could use the Q&A tool in a similar way to a face-to-face public briefing session or a stakeholder Q&A session.

    Whilst we did not promote this session widely, we had a number of people online who asked us a total of 11 questions in the hour time period we had allocated and promoted.

    Our team was working behind the scenes to answer/respond in real time. This also meant that participants had to 'refresh' their screens so they could see the answers as they were being responded to. Overall it seemed to work well.

    This was a great start to our series of four live events that we will be hosting. We started today by showcasing one tool (Q&A) which also allowed for 'unverified participation' (eg you just had to leave an email address).

    Next week we are stepping things up, and will be using a combination of 3 digital tools to show how you can run an engagement process online, and in real-time.

    For more information and to join our next event, please click here for more details and to register.