Questions speakers should ask planners–if they don’t then planners should address these points in advance.
Strengthening attendee ROI with take-home education aids, such as books or audio recordings from speakers.
All-too-common reasons speakers mess up
A speaker’s perspective: Working with a good meeting planner versus not
This is a letter I’ve wanted to write to you, but never have gotten around to doing. Now that I’ve written it, I might not send it. I’m not very visible to you for most of the year; you only see me at the annual meeting and perhaps a couple of quarterly meetings. I’m a meeting professional with your trade association, working year-round to ensure that your time and monetary investment in being a member pays off for you.
How would your career and life be if you had the ability to tackle problems and challenges as they arise? What would it feel like to engage in conceptual thinking whenever you wanted or needed to? What if you had a sense of control and ease about each day? If all these components were a part of your life, you would be living in “real time.”