RoundTable evaluation – please comment

Rather than having a paper evaluation form at the end of the RoundTable, we decided to take a cue from Tony and solicit your feedback right here on the blog for everyone to see.

Some of you have already given feedback on your own blogs. That’s cool. It would be good to comment here too so Terrell (and Terry?) can read everything in one place.

If you were here in any capacity or for any portion of the event, please share your thoughts: good, bad, or indifferent. I have a thick skin, so don’t spare my feelings. Better yet, make a specific, actionable suggestion to our next hosts.

If you don’t feel comfortable posting here for everyone to see, e-mail me at clif.guy at

I definitely benefited from all of the comments after the Sugar Creek RoundTable. Amy and I did everything possible in our planning to take that feedback into account. Let’s give the same benefit to our next hosts.

3 thoughts on “RoundTable evaluation – please comment

  1. Nick Nicholaou October 7, 2007 / 9:26 am

    The registration was too expensive and the conference yielded very little applicable content, the hotels were over-priced, the meeting facilities stunk, and the food was fair at best. Oh, wait, that was another conference…Great job to all involved in coordinating and facilitating this roundtable! Cudos!

  2. TonyDye October 7, 2007 / 4:42 pm

    Clif, I’ve already posted some highlights on my blog,, and I keep remembering other things that were great. Bottom line, EVERYTHING was great. Thanks again to you and your team.The group breakouts and the topic Bazaar were great ideas for this ever-expanding group of people. It will be even more fun as we break the 100-attendee barrier, and beyond.

  3. Jim Walton October 9, 2007 / 4:58 pm

    Clif,It was an outstanding event! I regret not being able to be there for the entire roundtable but the pre-event and the first morning were very beneficial. Mary and I both got a ton of info to bring back to our church. I just soaked all the info in.I’m pumped that the next roundtable is in OKC, it’s likely that I’ll be there and maybe i’ll bring some others along.Amy did a great job coordinating everything, she was thorough on all of my interactions with her, oh yeah, you didn’t do too bad either. 🙂 I’ll be posting about this soon, with pics.Great job to you and your team!

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