Before Twitter and Facebook, people gathered at town hall meetings to talk openly about important issues, share opinions and ask burning questions. But it often feels like today’s employee town halls have lost this spirit of engagement. They’ve become more about leaders presenting PowerPoint slides instead of having a meaningful conversation with their employees. (It’s enough to make the Greeks and Romans, who invented town halls, cry.)
What can you do to encourage more employee interaction? How can you create an agenda focused on what employees really need to know? What can you do to keep the momentum going after the town hall is over?
This guide will show you seven practical ways to bring a new level of energy and participation to your town halls.