Event Survey Questions for Diversity Events
Diversity events are crucial for promoting inclusive workspaces/institutions/communities everywhere, celebrating and uplifting minority groups, and bringing awareness to critical issues in discrimination. New themes and topics in diversity and inclusion emerge rapidly, which means diversity events need to be adaptable. Getting strong feedback from your diversity event is so important, and it can be done with a great set of survey questions.
We’ve already come up with the questions for you in a ready-to-use survey template. Here are a few examples of event survey questions for diversity events:
1. What do you believe your organization can improve upon to foster a safe and inclusive environment?
2. Please rate how you feel about the following statement: My experiences at this event have led me to become more understanding of differences among my coworkers/peers.
- Strongly Agree
- Strongly Disagree
3. What will you be doing related to the ___[Diversity Event Theme]__ either as an individual or an organization?
To get the full list of 15 event survey questions for diversity events, fill out the form and click “Download Template”.
How did we put this together?
We believe in the power of a great event survey. So to come up with the best survey template for diversity events, we carefully reviewed, sorted and analyzed survey questions from hundreds of events. Then we interviewed some of Whova’s most experienced event organizers to find out which kind of questions produce the best results.
Tips to increase your event survey response rate
A strong set of questions will encourage your attendees to complete the survey. Here are a few other ways you can increase your survey response rate:
- Be strategic with timing. Make sure to send your post-event survey within 24 hours of your event. But don’t wait until the last minute to tell your attendees about the event survey. Give them a heads up before the event wraps up.
- Make your survey accessible directly through the event app. Your attendees are much less likely to complete the survey from a post event email.
- Gather as many types of diversity questions (as specific as possible) and put them in the excel, then we can discuss during the meeting