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Meetings – The Appliance of Science - by Meetology #icca11 #iccaworld #icca SUNDAY 23/10/11

  1. 1. 50th ICCA Congress ICCA Board of Directors Leipzig, 21 October 2011International Congress and Convention Association.congress.icca.mobi | Twitter: #ICCA11
  2. 2. Board Report• Financially on track to generate slightly larger surplus in 2011 than budgeted. * Strong fee collection * New member recruitment - 90 * Good take up of advertising *Record attendance at Leipzig Congress.International Congress and Convention Association.congress.icca.mobi | Twitter: #ICCA11
  3. 3. Board report• ICCAs global reach is a key element in weathering the economic environment * More than 50% of new members are from outside Europe * first time fewer than 60% of members from Europe * Board priority how to best deliver services in all regionsInternational Congress and Convention Association.congress.icca.mobi | Twitter: #ICCA11
  4. 4. Board report• Permanent turbulence * ICCA is not changing its rules of membership, but will try to help members in particularly badly impacted countries to recoverInternational Congress and Convention Association.congress.icca.mobi | Twitter: #ICCA11
  5. 5. Board report• International associations * Still the most resilient sector of the market * No change to ICCAs strategic focus on this sector. * Commitment to continue growing the quantity of data and the tools to access and use the data.International Congress and Convention Association.congress.icca.mobi | Twitter: #ICCA11
  6. 6. 50th ICCA Congress Meetings – The Appliance of Science Chairperson Bart Heinrichs, Parthen The Meeting Services Company, Netherlands Speaker Jonathan Bradshaw, Meetings Performance Consultant, The Meetology Group ICCA SECTOR MEETINGS – Internal Meetings Support SectorInternational Congress and Convention Association.congress.icca.mobi | Twitter: #ICCA11
  7. 7. exploring the science behind effective meetings www.meetology.com
  8. 8. Sources
  9. 9. Dr Jon SuttonCpsychol AFBPsS DMS
  10. 10. Mental Physical Social Space TechWeird & Wonderful
  11. 11. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  12. 12. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings The science related to brain performance and the management of our emotions
  13. 13. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings1. Food for thought2. Play3. Music4. Meditation5. Creativity6. Emotional state management
  14. 14. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  15. 15. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  16. 16. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  17. 17. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  18. 18. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings1. Food for thought2. Play3. Music4. Meditation5. Creativity6. Emotional state management
  19. 19. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  20. 20. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings Blue Yellow Green Black Pink Brown Red Red Yellow
  21. 21. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings Blue Yellow Green Black Pink Brown Red Red Pink
  22. 22. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  23. 23. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings Sudoku Crosswords Mind gym
  24. 24. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings1. Food for thought2. Play3. Music4. Meditation5. Creativity6. Emotional state management
  25. 25. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  26. 26. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  27. 27. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings1. Food for thought2. Play3. Music4. Meditation5. Creativity6. Emotional state management
  28. 28. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  29. 29. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings1. Food for thought2. Play3. Music4. Meditation5. Creativity6. Emotional state management
  30. 30. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings8 ways to boost your creativity*1. Embrace your inner grouch2. Let your mind wander3. Play the piano4. Colour your world blue5. Search out creative company6. Live abroad7. Be more playful8. Raise a glass*New Scientist, May 2009
  31. 31. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings1. Food for thought2. Play3. Music4. Meditation5. Creativity6. Emotional state management
  32. 32. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelingsScientifically proven……to make you smile!
  33. 33. PHYSICAL PERFORMANCEPRACTICAL PERFORMANCE
  34. 34. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  35. 35. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  36. 36. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  37. 37. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  38. 38. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  39. 39. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  40. 40. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelingsAre you believer?
  41. 41. Mental. Brain, thoughts & feelings
  42. 42. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasion The science behind interaction, building rapport and influence & persuasion
  43. 43. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionLook into my eyes
  44. 44. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionPacing and leading
  45. 45. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionThe Franklin effect
  46. 46. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionThe spotlight effect
  47. 47. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionPacing and leading
  48. 48. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionSit in the right place
  49. 49. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionThe power of food
  50. 50. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionIn impact of gossip
  51. 51. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionBe honest – early!
  52. 52. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionJust a touch
  53. 53. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionThe truth behind lies
  54. 54. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionThe truth behind lies• 92% of us lie*• 4 out of 5 conversation*• 2 important lies a day*• 60% of us have lied to get a job** ProfessorRichard Wiseman59:seconds
  55. 55. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasionThe truth behind lies• Body language• What we say• How we say it
  56. 56. Social. Interaction, rapport & persuasion• Look into their eyes• Pace and lead• Do someone a favour• The spotlight effect• Sit in the middle• The power of food• The impact of gossip• Be honest – early!• Just a touch• The truth behind lies
  57. 57. Space. The effect of the meetings environment The science behindthe meetings environment including colour, temperature and layout
  58. 58. Space. The effect of the meetings environment
  59. 59. Space. The effect of the meetings environment
  60. 60. Space. The effect of the meetings environment
  61. 61. Space. The effect of the meetings environment
  62. 62. Space. The effect of the meetings environment
  63. 63. Space. The effect of the meetings environment
  64. 64. Space. The effect of the meetings environment
  65. 65. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise How physical wellbeing, diet and exercise affectsmeetings performance.
  66. 66. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise
  67. 67. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise
  68. 68. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise
  69. 69. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise
  70. 70. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise
  71. 71. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise
  72. 72. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise Increased self-esteem Increased mental focus Decreased risk of a heart attack Decreased stress levels Fitter (larger more efficient heart) Natural highs Improve mood Look & feel good
  73. 73. Physical. Diet, rest & exerciseImproved digestion. Makes the body use calories more efficiently.Enhances quality of sleep. Lowers resting heart rate.Adds a sparkle and radiance to complexion. Increases muscle size through an increase inImproves body shape. muscle fibres.Tones and firms muscles. Increases enzymes in the body which burn fat.Provides more muscular definition. Increases the number and size of mitochondria inEnables weight loss and keeps it off. muscle cells.Makes you limber. Increases concentration of myoglobin (carriesImproves endurance. oxygen in muscles) in skeletal muscles.Burns extra calories. Enhances oxygen transport throughout the body.Improves circulation and helps reduce blood Improves liver functioning.pressure. Increases speed of muscle contraction andIncreases lean muscle tissue in the body. reaction time.Improves appetite for healthy foods. Enhances feedback through the nervous system.Alleviates menstrual cramps. Strengthens the heart.Alters and improves muscle chemistry. Improves blood flow.Increases metabolic rate. Helps to alleviate varicose veins.Enhances coordination and balance. Increases maximum cardiac output.Improves posture. Increases contractility of the hearts ventricles.Eases and possibly eliminates back problems and Increases the weight and size of the heart.pain. Improves contractile function of the whole heart. Makes calcium transport in the heart and body more efficient.
  74. 74. Physical. Diet, rest & exercise
  75. 75. Tech. The impact of technology The impact oftechnology on behaviour and performance at meetings
  76. 76. Tech. The impact of technologyElectronic Brainstorming(EBS)
  77. 77. Tech. The impact of technologyNegotiation Ninjas
  78. 78. Tech. The impact of technologyThey know whatyou’re thinking
  79. 79. Weird & Wonderful. Crazy but true! The bizarre, barely believable or more light-hearted Meetology ®
  80. 80. Weird & Wonderful. Crazy but true!Keep doodling…
  81. 81. Weird & Wonderful. Crazy but true!Mirror Mirror…
  82. 82. Weird & Wonderful. Crazy but true!The right ear…
  83. 83. Weird & Wonderful. Crazy but true!I love you
  84. 84. Thank youwww.meetology.com

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