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How to make your town hall meetings engaging

1st October 2021

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How to make your town hall meetings engaging

October 2021

Town hall meetings, where you bring all your employees together for an open discussion, can be valuable for refocusing staff, supporting employee morale and sharing information – but are they working for you?

How it works

  1. Transform your town hall meetings into effective collaborations

  2. Discover how to make your meetings more engaging

  3. Continue to improve meetings using feedback

This tool could help with…

  • How can I develop the skillsets of my workforce?

  • How can I keep my employees engaged?