Haute Dokimazo Executive Retreats
Effective Executive Retreats With Haute Dokimazo
Haute Dokimazo is an award-winning participant-driven way of meeting, sharing and learning. Through thoughtful collaboration design, “HD” fosters a peer-to-peer environment in an unconference format. Haute Dokimazo is an award-winning participant-driven way of meeting, sharing and learning. Through thoughtful collaboration design, “HD” fosters a peer-to-peer environment in an unconference format.
The Welcome Attack
We believe that the registration experience is pivotal to setting the tone for your entire event. Why not use those first impressions for good instead of evil? Actually WELCOME your attendees and introduce them to other attendees?
Starting with an energetic hug or handshake, our signature Welcome Attack is how we kick off the event right and wow attendees right from the start.
Unconferences are not new. The format has been around since the 80s. We love the physical engagement that writing topic ideas and sessions suggestions on large sticky notes brings to the event.
The energy of the chaos and the excitement of co-creating brings the magic to a Haute Dokimazo event. We then create an agenda and assign facilitators from the crowdsourcing exercise
Ever leave an event wishing that you could have told the organizers what you loved and what you wish they’d change?
We end every Haute Dokimazo with a retrospective where we give participants the opportunity to share (publicly at a microphone) what they loved about their experience, and what we should fix. We capture this feedback live and projected.
BizBash C.E.O. David Adler: What’s on the Mind of Event Pros? by David Adler, CEO, BizBash
HAUTE DOKIMAZO: What’s “Haute” in Unconference Design!, by Lisa Meller
Haute Dokimazo wants you to see its HauteBottie, by Laura Smous
Get Unconventional with Haute Dokimazo, by Emma Franke, Minnesota Meetings & Events
Experiential marketers gather at Haute Dokimazo Conference, by Seth Burstein
Haute Dokimazo, by Katie Johnson, Star Exhibits
Marketing a Unique Event, a podcast from Making the Marketer, by Megan Powers
Haute Dokimazo San Diego – a 360 Video, by Galago Vision
Thought Nomads: Wired for Reinvention, Liese Gardner
A new type of conference – the “un-conference,” by Mandy Bianchi
Together Women Achieve: Harnessing the Power of Sharpie and Sticky with a Crowdsourced Agenda, by JT Long, Smart Meetings