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Focus Groups – Delivering Instant Results

simonbryan  by Simon on Aug 31, 2011

If it’s part (or all) of your job to conduct focus groups, monitor participant responses and analyze their results, you know how time consuming they can be. Sometimes it can seem like you're not getting enough or the right information. And even if you manage to collect all of the information you want; distilling the responses to find the true meaning can be a challenge. Say you need feedback from your employees or a group of HR managers on the pros and cons of the company's current healthcare provider. Wouldn't it be great to have a system that delivered instant results and helped direct the next questions you ask in the right direction? With electronic voting keypads, you can ask the questions and get instant results displayed in front of you. What if the responses to one question lead to an idea for another that you hadn't originally expected to ask? No problem, with IML's free ViewPoint Express software it literally takes only seconds to create a new follow up question, and again receive instant responses.

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Coming Up: IML Click Webinar

hannahwidell  by Hannah on Jul 29, 2011

Learn how you can add value to any training environment with IML's Click System!

Join us live and online to hear from our IML Click expert, and see how this easy-to-use system can be incorporated into your sessions.

About the Event:
Live webinar hosted by our IML Click expert
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
2:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. EST

To register for this event please follow this link: visit https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/495516835

If you have any questions regarding the IML Click System or registration for the live webinar, please contact Lindsay Hazeltine at 212-805-7332 or lindsay.hazeltine@imlworldwide.com.

How Technology Can Streamline Your End-of-Year Meeting

simonbryan  by Simon on Jun 24, 2011

Your end of year HR department meeting is an important time for the entire department to catch up and recap how the year as a whole went. It may involve surveys, comparing goals and objectives with outcomes, brainstorming ideas for the upcoming year, redefining evaluation procedures and hopefully a few fun activities. With only one day to fit in a review of the past year and to make important decisions or changes for the upcoming year, it’s imperative to make the most out of your time. Running efficient sessions, hearing what your employees have to say and adding a little fun can make all the difference.

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