What is the Best Board Room Format?


The most effective format for a boardroom is one that works for your size group, topic of the meeting and desired level of interaction. Each meeting layout has its pros and cons, and there are many other factors that contribute to the success of a conference or workshop.

The traditional boardroom layout is a large table in the center of the room with chairs around it. Most often used for agenda-focused meetings and video conferences that require discussion, this style can seat up to 25 persons. This style may be best suited for groups that have a designated leader who will keep the group on track and guide the group.

The classroom layout is similar to a conference room table, but with the tables closer to each other. It can accommodate up to 20 people and improves participants’ sightlines. This style can be better suited for workshops with small groups and group discussions than the traditional boardroom layout which can feel uncomfortable for some.

Another option that is popular for workshops or presentations with an audience of a larger size the theater layout includes rows of seats that face towards the front of the room. This arrangement places the audience in the spotlight and allows speakers to concentrate their attention on specific delegate or segments. This arrangement might not be as engaging however it will keep the audience focused and engaged during sessions lasting more than an hour.

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