Evaluation Forms: Increase Your Response Rates

Myhill, Monica
January 2006
Financial & Insurance Meetings;Jan/Feb2006, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p25
Trade Publication
The article discusses some of the ways to increase return rates. It is necessary to communicate with meeting attendees and their supervisors about the significance of the evaluation process. Clearly communicate the why, when, what and who to the reader when sending out questionnaires. Other ways to encourage attendees to complete and return their evaluation forms are elaborated.


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