The ideal boardroom layout is the one that works for the size of your group, the meeting subject and desired level interaction. Each layout has its pros and cons, and there are many other factors that impact the success of a workshop or conference.

The traditional boardroom layout is a large table in the middle of the room with chairs set around it. This design is commonly used for video conferences and meetings with agendas that require open discussion. It can accommodate up to 25 persons. This type of meeting is best for groups with a designated leader who will keep the group on track and lead the group.

The classroom layout is similar to a conference table, but with the tables closer to each other. It can be used for up to 20 people and improves the participants’ sightlines. This type of layout is more designed for workshops that have smaller groups and group discussions than the layout for a boardroom which may feel too cramped for some.

Another option that is popular for workshops or presentations that require large audiences, the theater layout features rows of seats that face the front of the room. This type of setup places the focus on the audience and allows speakers to direct their attention towards particular delegates or segments of the audience. This setup may not be as engaging but it can keep the audience focused and engaged when sessions last longer than an hour.

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