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2017 Annual Mtg Survey

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Survey Results: 2017 Annual Mtg Survey


Question:

I thought the Georgia Planned Giving Annual Meeting was a worthwhile event.

  • 1. Strongly agree (8 out of 11)
  • 2. Mostly agree (3 out of 11)
  • 3. No opinion (0 out of 11)
  • 4. Mostly disagree (0 out of 11)
  • 5. Strongly Disagree (0 out of 11)

Question:

Overall, how would you rate the venue?
  • A. Excellent (9 out of 11)
  • B. Above average (2 out of 11)
  • C. Average (0 out of 11)
  • D. Below average (0 out of 11)
  • E. Poor (0 out of 11)

Question:

Overall, how would you rate the afternoon speaker Michael King (you may choose multiple answers)?
  • A. Excellent (9 out of 11)
  • B. Informative (6 out of 11)
  • C. Relevant to my work (4 out of 11)
  • D. Would want to hear them again (4 out of 11)

Question:

Is there anything else you would like to tell us about Speaker Michael King's presentation "Creative Uses of Supporting Organizations for Donors?"

Question:

Overall, how would you rate speaker Conrad Teitell (you may choose multiple answers)?
  • A. Excellent (6 out of 11)
  • B. Informative (7 out of 11)
  • C. Relevant to my work (6 out of 11)
  • D. Would want to hear him again (3 out of 11)

Question:

Is there anything else you would like to tell us about the Conrad Teitell's presentation "Washington Insights and Out-of-Sights?"

Question:

How important is the availability of continuing education credits to your decision to attend the Annual Meeting?
  • A. Very important (1 out of 11)
  • B. Somewhat important (3 out of 11)
  • C. Not important at all (7 out of 11)

Question:

I learned one new thing about planned giving and endowment at the event.

  • 1. Strongly agree (8 out of 11)
  • 2. Mostly agree (3 out of 11)
  • 3. No opinion (0 out of 11)
  • 4. Mostly disagree (0 out of 11)
  • 5. Strongly disagree (0 out of 11)

Question:

I was able to effectively network with new professional contacts or connect with existing contacts at the event.

  • 1. Strongly agree (6 out of 11)
  • 2. Mostly agree (5 out of 11)
  • 3. No opinion (0 out of 11)
  • 4. Mostly disagree (0 out of 11)
  • 5. Strongly disagree (0 out of 11)

Question:

Georgia Planned Giving Council offers quarterly luncheons, the social and the master’s event in the evenings, the Greater Good Awards luncheon as well as several breakfast events throughout the year. Do you feel that these are the correct mix of options at the right time of day? 
  • A. Yes, it's the right mix. (10 out of 11)
  • B. No, I would move a quarterly luncheon to a breakfast meeting. (1 out of 11)
  • C. No, I would move a quarterly luncheon to an evening event. (0 out of 11)

Question:

Are there any other event scheduling options that we should consider?

Question:

What types of professional events interest you in general? (check all that apply)
  • A. Social events and professional networking (5 out of 11)
  • B. Educational opportunities about charitable giving tips and techniques (9 out of 11)
  • C. Educational opportunities around changes to the tax code (7 out of 11)
  • D. Educational opportunities about the economic outlook (6 out of 11)
  • E. Smaller, more interactive events broken out by specific topics (6 out of 11)
  • F. Large Symposia (3 out of 11)

Question:

Do you have suggestions on future speakers or program topics

Question:

Is there anything else you would like us to know about the event or the organization in general?