Most employees already spend too much time in boring meetings. So the last thing they want to do is sit through a static focus group, listening to their colleagues answer a series of dull questions.
For your next employee focus group project, don't follow the same low-energy routine. Instead, kick it up by making the session fresher, livelier, and more fun. How? By designing interactive exercises that give participants a chance to play a little.
In this white paper, you'll be given seven exercises that will amp up the energy in your next focus group.