One of our recent polls explored the value of networking as it relates to attending O&P conferences and assemblies. Our question: “What networking activities do you typically take part in?” Seventy percent said they network mainly during the breakfast and happy hours events, and 10 percent each said they like to network during planned networking breaks, during the opening session, and hallway huddles.
Another poll focused on how many hours a sleep our poll takers typically get each night. Thirty-nine percent said they get between six and seven hours per night; 38 percent said they typically get seven to eight hours each night; 18 percent said they get less than six hours per night, and five percent said they typically get more than eight hours every night.
Two-thirds of our Twitter respondents said they get seven to eight hours each night. The rest get more than eight hours every night.
Our current poll is up and running and explores the ways people learn—since the brain is made up of many different networks that help learning, no two people learn the same way. “In what way(s) do you think you learn best?” Visit our LinkedIn or Twitter page to tell us how you learn.
We’d love to hear from you.