Usually our view of conference education is an expert at the front of the room doling out their knowledge through witty repartee.
The speaker stands on a stage, behind a podium, towering above the audience as if dispensing expertise from on high. Conference organizers and speakers view the audience as those that need the expert’s help…
Well… we blinked and Christmas is upon us again!
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Follow the steps below and remember to begin preparations for your important event way ahead of the date…
What are the most important and critical components of an event website?
Julius Solaris of the Event Manager Blog highlights the important elements of a modern event website in the following infographic.
Full image and description here-> Event Technology Infographic
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The greatest sign of success for a speaker is not a full room and positive smile-sheet summaries that only indicate attendees can successfully sit through long lectures.
The greatest sign of success for a speaker is to be able to say, “The audience is now working on the content as if I did not exist!” (Paraphrase, Maria Montessori)…
As we find ourselves in that time of year were lists are made, and checked twice, I find myself adding a few helpful hints to my site inspection list. As planners we all look for ways to improve our meetings, and sometimes, that begins with us and the tools we commonly use. As the New Year is upon us, I take what I have learned from the year and add some tips to my personal hotel checklist, whilst removing dated tips from the list, too…
Is it time to end the speaker call for proposals?
Does the traditional open call for topics and speakers actually meet the conference audience’s needs?
The traditional call for volunteer and professional speakers is a roll of the dice that the submissions meet the needs of the conference attendees…