The art of running an effective summit is to create an engaged experience for all those participating. This is almost always achieved through creating some level of interactivity and creating a safe space for individuals to share their unique insights to support a larger debate.
Our method for designing summits is predicated on participants engaging in smaller groups, and doing something either experiential or something that develops the discussion. We consider parallel working, uplifting energy, group composition and visualising the discussion.
Our approach takes account of how you construct a cohesive discussion amongst a large group in a way that considers the varying vantage points, organisational and cross organisational political differences and helps attendees to find common, constructive ground. It also considers how to bring individual, and different points of view together, to life by engaging ways to let attendees get on the ‘inside’ of the discussion.