It’s all over, but the reporting! It’s easy to get so caught up in planning and executing an event that you devalue the importance of the PER, when in fact; the end is just the beginning of the next event. No matter the size of the event, it is essential to capture the historical perspective of reoccurring events.
- effectively measure ROI and practice continuous improvement,
- archive and analyze trends and opportunities,
- increase credibility and your future negotiation’s position, and
- inform future events making them more effective and engaging.
If you feel the aftermath of your events could use a revamp, please join us for this webinar to hone in on 7 key areas for reporting that will unlock the maximum potential for future events.
Senior National Account Manager
Doug McPhee has worked with Experient since April 2000. After teaching for 20 years he worked with schools and organizations on improving the instructional process. He has extensive meeting planning experience and was an Experient client prior to working as a National Account Manager. He was a consultant for the Ken Blanchard Companies training leaders for corporations including TJX Companies and Pfizer. As a professional speaker and trainer he has presented to groups in the US and abroad for over 35 years. He works with organizations to improve learning.