How to include and engage stakeholders when working remotely?
With all of us being “out of office” but still working, many initially feared excluding stakeholders from conversations that would normally casually happen at the office.
What if the Future of Work was an opportunity to include more key contributors to the conversation instead?
This seems like stating the obvious but gathering everybody on a unified engagement platform allows not only for access but also interactivity. The idea here is to leverage technologies to give everybody a voice, collect feedback and, even better, get a chance to analyse this data.
Our platforms also have the responsibility to bridge the digital divide, by being easily manageable from a back office that requires no coding from the user part. The DIY philosophy is an essential element to take up the inclusion challenge. We have to make your lives as easy as possible.
If we want to serve a better Future of Work, we have to support creativity in a way that states clear purposes and maintain a culture of inclusion. Our hope is that with tools that are allowing users to clearly state collective goals, engagement-based features and the data showing in what proportion participants get a chance to talk, this could be turned around!
We have built a suite of products aiming at giving participants a voice in a series of different environments so you can find your best fit.
With video streaming, screen sharing, posts, likes, comments, polling, quizz and brainstorming word clouds, Angage.live is your go-to feed for meetings and webinars where interactivity comes first.
Angage.audio, our audioconferencing tool, sends out an Audiowall to participants for everybody to follow the presentation, ask question, takes polls and send out fun reactions in the shape of animated gifs. The speaking time of each clearly appears so that nobody is left aside.
Finally, we offer a virtual event hub called Angage.events where you can combine elements of content, interactivity and networking all-in-one place.