In each Office Hour session, participants and hosts work collaboratively to reach their goals. Participants are prompted upfront to submit questions to hosts when they RSVP. The host in turn uses these questions to create their agenda, prep their talking points and ensure the session stays conversational.
Templated solutions to get you started faster
Getting started is easy. Simply choose when to host your Office Hour and how many participants can attend. Each event template has a session title, suggested event description and engaging prompts to ensure the event is impactful.
Get a pulse on sentiment & measure impact
After each Office Hour, you'll be provided with a recap of the insights and learnings participants gained from the conversation. There’s no need to wait on annual engagement surveys to understand employees’ sentiment.
Always reach the right audience
Need to reach a specific group of employees? Through Office Hours you can customize your audience by segment, groups or individuals. This means only the people you choose to participate in your session will get the invitation.
Office Hours ensure participants show up ready to engage
We automate the administrative task of following up with participants by providing nudges that ensure they attend each session. Participants who cannot attend are prompted to give up their spots for a colleague, ensuring hosts always reach their maximum attendance rate.
Do more with less
We make it simple to set up repeat events with participants on the waitlist. Through Office Hours, you can automatically identify popular sessions with a large waitlist and instantly set up follow-up sessions.
Use your existing virtual meeting technology
Navigating all of the video conferencing tools out there can be exhausting. We make it easy for you to host your Office Hour by letting you use the tool your team already knows and loves.
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Ten Thousand Coffees was founded on land that is the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples, and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Metis peoples.