- Boy van der Leeden
- The Hague
Student Bachelor of Commerce, The Hague University
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How did you evaluate your TEDx event?
As we try to improve the world with every TED- and TEDx-event we organize, we look to the people around us and see how development results in progress. I believe in TED as THE tool for people to get inspired and do something exceptional, but sometimes I get the feeling we (as TED enthusiasts) are looking too much to the people around us instead of our self. To make even bigger inspirational steps, we must make the tool we use perfect.
That is why I wish to evaluate the TEDx-events I am involved with. What did the people think? What expectations did they have? Did they come true? Do they want to be involved more? These and hundreds of other questions have been running through my mind lately.
But why re-invent the wheel? I wish to know if there is an evaluation form that can be used to question the visitors. Perhaps other events have developed such forms? Or perhaps someone wrote an entire essay on it! Please let me know if you have ever encountered something like this, so you can inspire me..