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16 beautiful picture poll ideas you can use today

Whether your picture poll is about the images or uses them as response options, Poll Everywhere has you covered. I created each picture poll below with a free Poll Everywhere account. Poll Everywhere lets you ask interactive questions in PowerPoint or directly from the web. The audience responds on their devices and the results update… continue reading »

Choose the perfect colors for your venue with light and dark themes

Nearly every aspect of a Poll Everywhere activity can be recolored to match your presentation’s unique style. The text, response chart, even the audience response screen – all can be adjusted to colors you choose. Now, you can also use visualization themes to stylize activities with a single click. Together, these themes let you quickly… continue reading »

How to run an inclusive retrospective meeting

Poll Everywhere is a retrospective-driven company. That company prides itself on a flat, data-driven team structure. We rarely operate on top-down decision making. Because of this, it’s vital that we run well-oiled retros that expose small issues before they mutate into large ones. That means making everyone feel comfortable expressing themselves honestly in front of… continue reading »

From classroom to boardroom: a high school teacher’s presentation tips

“In 1930 the Republican-controlled House of Representatives, in an effort to alleviate the effects of the… Anyone? Anyone? …The Great Depression, passed the… Anyone? …the tariff bill. The Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act, which…” This clip from the 1986 comedy Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is a masterclass in failing to connect with the audience. And yet, it’s… continue reading »

10 instructor-led training activities for before, during, after training

“Despite declines, half of all employee training hours are still spent in instructor-led classrooms.” From ATD’s 2017 Statue of the Industry report, this quote is the core of Sam Cauthen’s “Get more out of ILT” webinar. Cauthen is the COO and Head of People Operations at Poll Everywhere with a background in consulting, organizational design, and… continue reading »