Making the most out of a past workshop / event
So your conference was a success and the conversation was just starting to go somewhere – what now? How can you get sharing those ‘golden eggs’ – the dynamic key messages and electric ideas, out to a wider network? One way to extend the impact of your event is with infographics based on the day’s content.
By turning complex ideas into clear and concise visuals, information is made bite-size and easy enough for even an outside viewer to follow. Threads running within a session can be made visible and important points can be re-highlighted.
This is a service that I’ve been offering for a while now and it works as both a great compliment to the live event service – parallel breakout sessions can be revisited in more detail in an infographic like this so as to get the full breadth of learning – but also as a separate entity, where it can be used to look with fresh eyes at an event that has already taken place. For events like this, content can be provided to me or I can gather that material from listening back to event recordings.
Through creativity you can bring your event back into focus for your attendees by gifting them with a visual reminder that they can use and share; as well as providing your stakeholders and funders with something tangible to take away and keep, as a valuable record of what was achieved.
If this is something you may be interested in exploring for a past event, feel free to get in touch to discuss your ideas.
This is a post about capturing and presenting information from past workshops. Do you have an upcoming event instead? If so, live graphic harvesting could be an option to consider.