Encourage Crowd Interaction with Audience Response Games from Padgett Communications
One of the trickiest things to predict about any meeting or presentation is whether the attendees will be in the mood to interact. And one of the best ways to encourage crowd interaction is to use audience response games from Padgett Communications.
The audience response game show format can give presenters a better understanding of their audience’s thought process, demographics, and level of interest. Presenters can prompt interaction by asking questions that require an instant response and carry a potential reward. That reward can be as simple as the satisfaction of demonstrating knowledge or as fulfilling as an extra vacation day.
The hand-held devices provided by Padgett Communications are not only good for gathering responses to questions about demographics and other important data-gathering activities, but they also allow you to transform your event into an entertaining, interactive game show in the style of Jeopardy, Survivor, Deal or No Deal, and many other popular formats. Using audience response games from Padgett Communications is ideal for:
- Training exercises
- “Ice breaking” activities
- New product testing and feedback
- Focus groups
- Sales meetings
- Employee feedback
- Medical advisory groups
- Strategic planning
- Team building
- Memory testing
- And more
Our Experts Can Help You
Whether your goal is to quiz audience members about products, company history, or presentation topics, our audience response system experts can help. For instance, if you want to test employees’ knowledge of your company or industry, one of our dedicated project managers can guide you in developing questions that will elicit that kind of information. The more creative and detailed the questions, the more likely the data you collect will be of optimal use. Whatever your goals are, Padgett Communications will assign one of our full-time employees as your project manager who will help you develop questions based on your precise requirements.
How to Design an Audience Response Game Show
Your audience response show can be in multiple choice, true/false, or yes/no format, with event participants working as teams or as individuals. To keep score, you can assign a point value to responses. You can show responses, the correct answers, and the score on a graphic display that features a number of options. For example, individual or team standings can be displayed after each question, at the end of each round, or at the end of the presentation. Later, audience analysis will show which individual or team has demonstrated the best knowledge retention and will also reveal topics that might require more attention or additional training.
Enliven Your Next Event
If you’re considering incorporating an audience response game into your next meeting or presentation, there’s one caveat—audience participation can be fun and contagious. To learn more about how our game show formats can enliven your event and facilitate engagement, contact Padgett Communications. Since our founding in 1995, we have achieved a perfect record with our audience response systems. For complete cost certainty, we can provide you with a complimentary, itemized quote.