Why corporate companies need to live stream Town Hall meetings
Traditional meetings are inefficient. Live streaming is the future of internal communication.
Hello, I’m Royce Hildreth owner of Hildreth Media Group. Town Hall meetings are important. They give the CEO an opportunity to address the executive team and employees. Most importantly, a Town Hall encourages employee engagement through a Q&A with company officials. So when planning for a Town Hall the biggest concerns are cost and employee engagement.
Traditional Town Halls have a large variable window that can cost anywhere between 10,000 to 100,000 depending on the venue, travel, catering, and AV. By live streaming the event, businesses can save money by eliminating many of these variables including employee downtime. Put this all together and this can potentially save up to 50% of the total budget. When it comes down to the numbers, a live streamed event will still have a larger audience than a traditional meeting and live streaming has the ability to be recorded, archived, and replayed.
Live streaming also gives the employees a better platform to engage with the presenters. Employees can ask questions by being streamed into the presentation using Skype or Zoom, they can email questions, and talk in a chat tool. This gives every single employee the tools they need to participate. What this means for your business, is it will lead to increased employee engagement, moral, and commitment.
Live streaming is the most effective tool for the next generation workforce. To learn more about live streaming and how Hildreth Media Group can help with your next event visit hildrethmedia.com.