This post looks at how events could be much better if only event organisers and speakers worked together more effectively. Some will be great at working in harmony but many are not.

There is an obvious relationship to an event outcome which has dependency (especially at conferences) on how both speakers and event organisers (content producers) get along. If they try to work without the other then the event will not be as good as it could. If a speaker is ignored by an event planner or vice versa, then small details will be missed and this could easily have a significant detrimental impact.

Key highlights of the post include:

Speaker briefings

Speaker rehearsals and testing time

Communication techniques

The post is continued in the Choreographed Communications blog on


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