We’ve all been to meetings where it has been hard to avoid nodding off in the middle as somebody drones on about something which you are really supposed to be concentrating on. Of course you don’t want to be that person boring the whole meeting room to sleep !
Here are a couple of handy tips to ensure that your meeting rooms in London are lively and interesting places.
Bitesize : split your information into bit sized chunks. Studies have shown that people’s attention span drops rapidly after the first 15 minutes of listening, so break your message or information down into smaller parts with a break in between. Remember you people might physically be in the meeting rooms in London, but if their attention has wandered then they might as well be on another planet.
Be exclusive : the larger the group the less everybody feels the need to concentrate, so with a number of small meeting rooms London is the ideal place for a face to face chat rather than addressing a faceless crowd of people. Small groups collaborate better than big ones.
Top them up : regular tea and coffee intakes are a de facto requirement, no meeting space London or elsewhere, should be without refreshment facilities – after all nobody will complain if you call timeout for tea and biccys ! Let your delegates our for regular fresh air and refreshements.