Collecting feedback after a meeting or event is critical. Attendee feedback helps refine future events and helps you meet expectations. But it’s important to ask the right questions on your post-event survey. Here are some examples you could use as a baseline when building the questions and answer scaling of your survey:

1. How much have your professional skills improved from the training at the event?

2. Was the event better, worse, or about what you expected?

3. How useful did you find the information presented at the event?

4. Was there too much, not enough, or the right amount of hands-on activities?

5. How would you rate the event’s organization?

6. How comfortable did you feel asking questions at the event?

7. Did presenters allow too much, too little, or the right amount of time for discussions?

8. How skilled in the subject was the presenter?

9. On a scale of 1-10, how prepared were the presenters?

10. Overall, how satisfied were you with the event?

These questions may seem straightforward, but they provide valuable insight into the many nuances of your meeting or event. With the opinions collected, you can make major or minor tweaks in the future, and ensure success with subsequent events.

If you need assistance capturing valuable insight and feedback from your meetings and events, contact the team at McVeigh Global Meetings and Events today.