"HOW DO I, AS A MEETING PLANNER, AVOID GETTING A SEMINAR RIGHT OFF THE SHELF?"
CUSTOMIZING YOUR PROGRAM
We understand how critical it is to the success of your meeting that the presentation you have chosen is tailored to your audience, the challenges your participants are facing and the nuances of your industry.
After you have decided which presentation will best meet the needs you have identified, we will discuss a series of questions which will allow us to tailor the program you choose specifically to achieve the goals you have set for your meeting, conference or training program.
"HOW CAN I INSURE THAT MY AUDIENCE WILL ENJOY THE PROGRAM, BECOME INVOLVED IN THE EXPERIENCE, and LEARN ENOUGH TO MAKE SOME BEHAVIOR CHANGES?"
According to a Wharton School of Business study, program participants' ability to remember the information and skills taught in seminars increases with the number of varied and interesting methods of presentation used. We have designed our programs to include learning techniques which involve several senses...slides, handouts, visualization experiences and audience participation exercises all keep energy focused on the concepts being presented. Visual learners will have something to look at; auditory learners will have something to hear. The individuals in your organization will not simply sit in a chair and attend a lecture.
Stories, anecdotes and humor help to build the easy rapport that makes learning and retaining the material an engaging and enjoyable process.
While participating in these programs, attendees will acquire important skills and the ability to apply them in both their professional and lives.
"HOW WILL WORKING WITH NANCY SIMPLIFY THE PROCESS OF PLANNING MY PROGRAM?"
Our office will provide you with an introduction, a preferred room set-up and copy-ready handouts as part of the preparation for your program. We will do everything possible to make the process of setting up a successful program simple and straightforward.
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