As the world of work evolves, can you picture the future of meetings and conferences? Join us to have a say on the conferencing of today and tomorrow! Registration is essential.
To learn more:
- About Conferencing Today & Tomorrow initiative
- From the experiences of some UN units and Permanent Missions
- And above all, learn from other's conferencing experiences and share your feedbacks.
The Conferencing Today and Tomorrow - 2 survey: https://forms.office.com/r/aASe5UcGke
The UN Geneva CTT (Conferencing Today and Tomorrow) initiative was launched by DCM in November 2018 as part of ongoing efforts to build on our relationship and engagement with client organizations, to identify how major external trends (economic, technological, social, environmental etc.) as well as internal trends within the UN may lead to changes in the conferencing support requirements of clients. A partnership between DCM (Division of Conference Management) and KLC has recently been established with the aim of organizing a series of events to support the CTT project.
After one year and a half of working remotely, attending meetings online has become a “routine”. Today, we are almost 100% effective working remotely and online, but it was not the case at the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Major conferences took place online, with their share of advantages and difficulties. What happened during these meetings that could be better anticipated today? What did we learn during this time and how could we take advantage from this experience to better help delegates?
This series of events aims to collect feedbacks from diplomats’ experiences and offer a dedicated time / for them to share how they envisage future meeting experiences and hear their feedback on what is relevant for them today. The first event in October will take a broad overview of client feedback through breakout rooms and discussions on particular themes. The second event will present a preliminary results report on feedbacks from these events as well as other feedback mechanisms and communicate the main theme to be explored in 2022.
Registration is essential.