5 things speakers should ask the meeting planner

The Eloquent Woman

I asked Jennifer to share her insights for speakers--perhaps the most practical advice you'll ever get--from her vantage point as a meeting planner. Being a public speaker is more than just hanging out your ‘shingle’ and advertising that you’re now available for gigs.

Do you waltz or polka for your audience?


Some presentations are delivered from behind a microphone / podium where there is little space for movement. Dont be afraid to take a risk and step out from behind the podium.

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They move away from podiums. Name: Email: FREE Speak-to-Me eZine for Speakers & Meeting Planners Includes great tips, Speaker of the month profile, and much more!

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We are not suggesting that the mere presence of digital backchannels positively enhances the academic setting; rather, we suggest that, if properly choreographed, these channels, just like the organization of chairs and podiums in a lecture hall, can augment the live event in new and powerful ways.

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Put me on the podium and it takes lots of focus (does not help that I need to be mindful about my accent). By expressing my unique point of view in an entertaining manner, I caught the attention of meeting planners who assumed I would be a good speaker.

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You need to know the goals for being on the podium too. It helps meeting planners and speakers. Web Ink Now Follow me on Twitter Your email address: Powered by FeedBlitz Search this blog WWW www.webinknow.com THE BEST OF WEB INK NOW Top ten tips for incredibly successful public speaking The one question to ask your prospective social media agency No blog?

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Are the tactics of transitions and slide deck fireworks any different than stepping away from a podium and introducing body language and proxemics to the presentation?

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