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How to Deliver an Engaging Virtual All-Hands Meeting

How to Deliver an Engaging Virtual All-Hands Meeting

You don’t get many opportunities to inform, engage, and connect with your entire workforce at the same time, so it’s important to make the most of your virtual all-hands meetings. Here at Zoom, we strive to produce bi-monthly all-hands events that engage and excite our own global workforce, and we collected our learnings into a comprehensive resource for everyone to use.

Our newly published guide, Best Practices for Hosting Virtual All-Hands Meetings, features information so you can easily host all-hands meetings of any size and successfully:

  • Communicate important company-wide updates
  • Engage your distributed workforce
  • Help employees feel connected through open communication

This all-hands resource provides detailed best practices on:

Engaging hybrid teams 

As today’s workforce becomes a mix of in-person and remote employees, it’s critical to adjust your communication strategies to effectively maintain a high level of engagement.

Using the right technology 

Zoom Meetings? Zoom Video Webinars? Zoom Events? Which is the best for your all-hands meeting? Our guide offers tips for choosing the best technology for your next all-hands session. 

Planning and preparing 

Preparation is key for a flawless event, and it’s important to remember to delegate work to your team members while making sure everyone’s role is clearly understood. We also provide a checklist for doing a “dry-run” prior to the event, to make sure your presenters and your technical team are fully ready to go!

Creating the most value for employees

Inviting guest speakers, varying meeting topics, and using music and videos will go a long way to keep your hybrid audience engaged. Check out how to best use Zoom features such as surveys, live Q&A, and chat to maintain interactivity during your all-hands.

Check out our guide, Best Practices for Hosting Virtual All-Hands Meetings, for everything you need to successfully inform, engage, and connect with your employees, no matter where they are.

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