Avoid Sensory Overload

Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D.

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Avoid Sensory Overload

PCMA Convening Leaders 2023 Convention


It was also very noisy. There was a lot going on. And if somebody is not wanting all of that, all at once, it may have really sent them to a sense of I can't deal with this and leave. So realizing what your audiences are like, or some people just can't tolerate that, you're going to have to tone that volume down or secluded in a in an area in the back. Maybe having only one band at a time in the back so that there were some quiet networking areas. If you expect people to dine and network, you need enough low volume for them to have conversations. So thinking about regulating some of that volume.