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On November 28, we held our third Slido Elevate event, Learn From Leaders: The Secrets to Building Trust In Your Team, where we unveiled the secrets to growing trust within the workplace. Our amazing lineup of expert speakers included Thomas Reyto from Slack, Liz Selman from The School of Life, Victoria Lim from TomTom, and Slido’s Head of User Research, Neil Sharman. The panel delivered an insightful discussion on the changing role of leaders, the often-overlooked nature of trust and why it’s so important for building productive and happy teams. All leaders themselves, our speakers opened up about the essential qualities of accessibility and vulnerability for successful leadership.Watch our recordings below to explore the key takeaways of the event, as well as the leadership tips shared by our speakers. You can download the presented slides here. Here are some of the key learnings: Neil Sharman, Head of User Research at Slido, shared five key takeaways in his keynote on ‘high trust c
Hi, I was wondering if I could input a feature request. A big fan of Slido myself, I only see one real flaw in the current process, and that’s the lack of a Presenter Board. The issue I have is that a lot of the times we have a team of people in the Moderation menu selecting the questions to be sent to the presenter to ask and there is not real way to send them over to the Q&A Moderator on stage without using external means. Right now we’re using live word doc, but it’s a bit cumbersome and not very fluid. Vevox has a function called “Approve for Presenter” so that the questions that are approved by the team get sent to the presenter view and are visible on presenter link only, but not to the rest of the attendees. This is really useful because it allows for more seamless communication between back of house team and presenters on stage. Presenters just get one simple link and they only see approved questions in a clean and simple way that makes it easy for them as well. And this st
Hello,Our company is planning to use Slido for user events and gift rewards.I understand that we can set up user actual names and emails by upgrading our license. However, I have a question: What if a user enters their name and email randomly? Is there any way to prevent the audience from using fake names and emails?If we can't ensure the accuracy of the provided names and emails, won't it be challenging to identify and reward the actual audience? Even if we implement a verification process for names and emails, we may still face difficulties in reaching out to the real audience.Please let us know if you have any solutions. Thank you.
In our latest webinar, "Run the Slido Q&A Like a Pro: from Set-up to Live," Jay from Customer Care, Andrew from Customer Education and Nadia, our Head of Thought Leadership, took the stage to share valuable insights and practical tips on how to maximize the impact of your Q&A sessions.The webinar covered essential functionalities and advanced features of our Q&A, as well as how to seamlessly integrate Slido into your presentation and video calling software.Andrew conducted a hands-on demo, unraveling the behind-the-scenes magic of the webinar and showcasing how the Slido integration with Webex and Google Slides enhances the overall meeting experience for hosts and attendees alike. Following the demo, Jay engaged in a fireside chat with Nadia, where drawing from her experience as a seasoned facilitator, she shared strategies for effective preparation before, during, and after a company Q&A. For those who missed the live event, you can find the slides here and watch the f
Last week we hosted a Webinar about the power of leadership Q&As with our special guests from the Slido leadership team: Kati Gabova (Head of People) and Pali Dudrik (General Manager). Kati and Pali shared their insights from several years of leadership Q&As; from the impact on company culture and trust, their personal tips for preparation, to how to deal with challenging or even toxic questions. don’t worry if you missed this, you can watch the full recording here (or alternatively, on Vidcast): Additionally, you can access the slides for the webinar by downloading them at the bottom of the article. Leadership is generally aware of the crucial role it plays in shaping the culture and trust of a company. When it comes to enhancing trust, many businesses don't know where to begin. This is where leadership Q&A sessions come in as a powerful tool to:Share information broadly, publicly and easily accessible Intentionally build relationships with the team by showing up in a l
Team Building Activities to Build Psychological SafetyBest practices
We're excited to share that we recently held our very first Masterclass on Team Building Activities to Build Psychological Safety! It was a great follow up on our insightful webinar about How Psychological Safety Boosts Team Performance. The format of this session was to walk you through a blueprint of how you can run a Psychological Safety workshop, that you can later put into practice within your teams. We first focused on giving you a template on how to assess where your team is in terms of the four stages of Psychological Safety, and then how you can take them through the journey to democratically decide on what are the best practices to implement to establish Psychological Safety. But, our main focus was on you – our users and community members – we wanted to gather practical tips and best practices for improving Psychological Safety within your teams. We’ve prepared a step-by-step blueprint for you to replicate this workshop with your teams. This slide deck includes assessments
Hi, In previous years I think there was a way that we could answer unanswered questions from a Q&A session and send out a link to participants. Is this still possible?This is the information we put together for our colleagues: After answering any questions that you wish to, you can follow the instructions in the link to send out a URL with a list of questions and answers.And the link was: https://help.sli.do/003977-Reply-as-admin-to-submitted-questions#reply-unansweredMany thanks, Karen
I am wondering if I can collect post-event survey results in a slido poll tool? I am using Polls and Word Clouds during an upcoming power point presentation and thought it would be nice to offer, rather than sending everyone to an online survey tool (like in constant contact.) Is there a way to ask people to reply to survey questions using a slido event/tool?
Hey Slido Community!Over the past month we’ve received a few questions that asked:Turns out, we have a great solution for this - Ideas!📌 Our Ideas feature lets you collect open text responses which participants can then reply to, upvote or downvote.Watch our video below to find out how you can use our ideas feature to brainstorm, choose the best participant submission and rank participants’ open text submissions. Here’s our written tutorial for setting this up: Still unsure about using Ideas? Have you ever used Ideas? Let us know below👇Thank you to @PaulB, @DavidM and @Claire_P for inspiring this discussion of the month!
This week, we hosted a webinar on meeting equity and inclusive meeting design with our special guest speaker, internationally renowned facilitator Leanne Hughes. Leanne shared her insights on creating inclusive meetings that foster collaboration and ignite innovation. In case you missed the webinar, you can watch the full recording here: You can access the slides by downloading them at the bottom of this article. Here are some highlights: We focused on meeting equity and inclusion and how these two factors play a great role in company culture, and have a real business and economic impact. Then, our guest speaker - Leanne Hughes introduced her approach to inclusive meetings and presented her tried and tested framework - SPARK - that provides an easy framework to structure and prepare any meeting. We then looked into how we can take Leanne’s framework and make meetings more inclusive using Slido. Before your meetings, try collecting inputs using polls and consider opening the Q&
Hello,I would like to make an e-learning experience more interactive.Is it possible for learners to access a Slido link as part of an e-learning, post a word and then see the word cloud as a result embedded in the e-learning or a sharepoint site? How many learners max can access a link over a period of time? How long is a link valid? Only 1 year max?Thank you!
Webinar recording: How Psychological Safety Boosts Team PerformancePsychological Safety
Last week, we organized the first webinar of our new series on Psychological Safety and Leadership. We deep dived into this concept and its stages, impact on individuals, team dynamics and overall performance. Here's a recap of the key takeaways and insights, you can access the slide deck here. What is Psychological Safety? We started off by asking our audience what the term Psychological Safety means to them, here’s what they thought: Using a Word Cloud, participants are able to sum up their understanding in a word. This makes for a great visual, as when a word already in the cloud is repeated by another participant, they grow bigger on the presentation. Learn more about the connection between Psychological Safety and team performance 👉 Why Psychological Safety is Essential for Performance in the Workplace The four stages of Psychological Safety Then, our very own Business Psychologist, Sofia Moltke-Leth guided us through the four stages of the psychological safety model by Timoth
Last week, we had the pleasure of putting on Slido Elevate, Vol II, which focused on building team culture in an ever-changing world. The packed agenda aimed to provide our audience with practical tips on how to nurture connection, engagement, and trust in the workplace. Watch the recording of each session below to gather tips and insights on how you, too, can build a thriving workplace culture. You can download the presented slides here. Here are some of the key learnings from our amazing speakersCraig Forman from Culture Amp emphasized that to build a healthy organization, one must first build a culture of listening. It's not just about collecting data and trying to understand it; the crucial step is to listen and take action. Here’s Craig’s keynote:Arlen Love from T-Mobile, a digital workplace guru, shared that flexibility can lead to higher productivity within teams and that workplace tools should provide just that. Watch the fireside chat with Arlen:Our expert panel reinforced the
Hi,I’m using Slido event for LightSpeed Council meetings which occur every two months.My Slido event for LightSpeed Council meetings has end date 30-June-2023. This date already extended but I need to keep extending it since I don't have end date for those meetings.My questions are:Can I extend the event to additional year even if its already being extended in the past? If I will extend it, is it going to impact the analytics report ? Am I going to lose some historical data? Is there an option not to define due date for the event?Thanks,Keren
If you created a survey and want to display results to all questions in the survey in a rolling content mode, is that possible? I am using this for a mingling event and would like to have all the results to the question presenting on the screen without needing to advance to the next question.
I’m currently running 1 course that consists of the following:70+ students > 10 instructors 3 directors 16 Weeks total. 1 class / student / week. Europe / NAM Rest of World With this many moving parts, it is difficult to track attendance. If we could have the following it would greatly simplify the task at hand to ensure students are engaged:Tracking the overall course in 1 consolidated report:Student Week 1, 2, etc. # responses Final Survey Total Days in attendance Total Surveys / Poles completed. Overall days in attendance Total survey Each course rating. Each course feedback Each course attendance Each course feedback Average in attendance Tried to set this up in our LMS system but because of this being both in person, digital as well, it becomes problematic.
If you want to boost engagement and make your meetings more interactive and fun, polls are priceless. Slido has teamed with Pexels - the source of free images, to bring creativity and stunning visuals to your live polls.You can now choose from hundreds of thousands freely-usable pictures and add any image to your poll What is Pexels?Pexels provides high quality and completely free photos licensed under the Pexels license. Thousands of royalty-free images are included in this collection by photographers and artists from all over the world. Here are 7 examples of how you can use Pexels images in Slido 1. Icebreaker: How are you feeling today?If you’re running a meeting with a larger number of attendees (10+), asking ‘How are you folks?’ at the start might result in two or three people muttering “fine, thanks” and that’s it.There’s a better and more interactive way. Run a word cloud, asking your participants: “Using an emoji, how are you feeling today?” You can attach this or this Pexels
I want to use slido for my company’s meetings. I want to involve questions, multiple choice, and polls, but I don’t want people to be able to skip ahead. Is there a way for me, admin, to not let anyone skip forward and to stay on the question until I’m ready to move on to the next one? thanks
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