Thoughts on re-engaging conference audiences

Audiences demand more from company events today, largely because of the modern, fast-paced, interactive and dynamic world in which we live. Conferencing seems largely to be stuck in an industrial revolution era time-warp of darkened rooms, rows of chairs and merciless nonstop barrages of largely incomprehensible data which is dumped (at great expense) on the […]

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Today’s business success secrets from a global conference speaker

Here’s a brief taste of Michael Jackson’s brand new keynote materials based on Finding a New Way to Work… it’s all about understanding the forces of change, and the /unconscious business behaviours that automatically hold us back… Take a quick look for yourself and see how this speaker has delighted over 2 500 global audiences to date…  

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Rip-off car rental excesses? Beat the system

I’m so fed up with car rental companies, who still seem take plenty of joy (in a business concept that’s now well over 100 years old) from milking customers of every last possible morsel of extra cash at every single opportunity. Renting a vehicle today remains an absolute chore at best and at worst resembles […]

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How to choose a conference speaker

Essentially conference speakers fall into several distinct categories; and it’s important to know the difference in order to choose the right level of presenter for your next event… Let’s examine the wide range of available speakers and the typical work they do in order to help you properly plan the agenda of your next conference; […]

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Wanting to inspire or fire up the troops at a conference or event to achieve, deliver or create better value is one thing. Telling people they can fly, by hyping up their belief on a Friday and then watching them walk or drive back into work in the real world as Monday rolls around, is quite another. That’s the trouble […]

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Most conferences I attend are often boring ‘in the box’ style affairs…with many of them set up exactly as they were done in the 1970’s and 1980’s. Conferences needn’t be boring. Conference planning just requires a new sense of thought, creativity and initiative to raise the bar from both an audience and presenter perspective. Take a look at […]

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