What is Smote?
Smote stands for Smart(phone) vote
With smote you can receive direct feedback for your event, meeting, presentation or lecture.
With a few clicks you create a feedback form, receive a link and a QR code for it.
This QR code can then easily be integrated into your presentation and you are set to receive feedback even during the presentation - short and sweet, and reduced to the essential.
More than 50% of all meetings are perceived superfluous
Increase the efficiency of your meetings by running a simple feedback poll.
Meetings are often ill-prepared with no clear goal, poor moderation, and at the end it is not clear who is responsible for what.
Meetings are often seen as a waste of time and trigger strong frustration in companies.
By asking four default questions (which can be adapted) you can address the common issues of meetings and Smote can help you improve your meeting culture.
Are seminars worth their money?
On average, 550 EUR are invested per employee for training.
Would it not be good as an employer to know whether the investment has paid off?
And as a seminar leader you can get feedback from the participants, without having to analyze paper lists.
In-house seminars can of course be rated as well.
Talks and Conferences
Make talks and conferences more attractive
The feedback provided by your audience allows to ensure the continuous quality of your events and excitement of your listeners.
Make sustainable and attractive events with top grade lecturers or use Smote to improve yourself.
Quality of education is crucial for every university
The war for talent starts already during studies.
It is therefore important for universities or lecturers to react fast to their students' feedback.
With Smote you can get the feedback directly at the end of the lecture (or even before it is finished) and you can adapt your next lecture accordingly.
to feed back = report back
to feed = nourish
Honest and constructive feedback is extremely valuable, if one is able to accept it.
The better a few basic rules of giving feedback are complied with, the easier it is to accept it.
To set the stage start with a piece of positive feedback followed by the aspects to be improved.
Phrase feedback in a manner as you would like to receive it and provide it right after the event.
Give details and make suggestions.
Provide feedback in the personal I-form and don't generalize.
Remember, small bits are easier to digest.
At the end you can finish with a "What do you think about my views?".