I come to you today to have a conversation about Best Practices for Sound, Video, Graphics and Lighting for Events because rarely would you plan an event these days that doesn’t require the use of some form of AV and Lighting. I won’t dive too deep into any of the above topics as I did during my last episode, but I will spend some extra time towards the end on Lighting and how used strategically, it influences how we think and feel, so stay tuned for some amazing insight and understanding on how we innately respond to lighting cues and how specific colours can create specific, immediate human responses!
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111: Employing neuroscience and psychology knowledge and tools to improve our events ft Victoria Matey
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My featured guest today, Victoria Matey, an event psychology advisor and co-founder of Matey Events, provides science-based solutions for your event challenges, andbelieves that experiences take place in people’s minds first and foremost. By offering insight into human behavior, she helps event profs deliver more remarkable events with less effort. She provides ideas, strategies, and science-backed solutions for increased engagement, retention, and revenue.
Victoria is the author of the 'Event Psychology Lab' online course and the '10 Principles of Strategic Event Planning” book. She leads the Event Psychology club, a community and the top resource for event profs looking to transform events with brain science insights, and hosts the podcast ”What If I Told You” where she interviews behavioral scientists and practitioners about human psychology and the mind.
In addition to receiving Ford Foundation IFP Fellowships and IFP Alumni Awards, Victoria has been recognized by Smart Meetings as a Top100 Smart Women in Meetings, a ChangeMaker by MeetingsNet, and in 2022 she was named the Meeting Professional of the Year.
1. Better event experiences come from understanding human psychology.
2. Rethinking event design based on research insights.