Town hall meetings are a powerful way for executives to share priorities, promote transparency, and foster a thriving, engaged culture. Commonly held in large conference rooms, corporate cafeterias, and hotel ballrooms, town hall meetings are also a great way to learn what people, teams and departments are doing. By setting up a live stream and sharing content with multiple viewers, anyone can experience the same transparency found when attending traditional town hall meetings. Multi-party webcasting conveys an easy, interactive virtual town hall experience that’s open to participants anywhere.
The latest videocast and live streaming technology makes town hall meetings productive, manageable, and secure. A key aspect of a virtual town hall meeting, separating them from other meetings, is live audience participation. A virtual town hall takes this up a notch by including remote attendees while adding participant generated comments and questions for a Q&A session. Reaching a broader, interactive audience also allows teams and individuals to share presentations, strategies, and demos. With BlueJeans Events, executives can engage employees and enrich corporate culture.
Live streaming is key to creating dynamic, all-hands meetings that approximate executives being in each location, minus time and travel costs. Being simple to setup and compatible with your technology is a hallmark of today’s all-hands meetings. This leaves organizations free to focus all-hands meetings on business objectives rather than worrying about the technology supporting the live event. That’s why modern video conferencing is cloud-based, easily supporting all-hands meetings of any size, accessible from any device. Inviting attendees to an all-hands meetings is as simple as sending a link so participants can connect from their web browsers.
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