13 Ways To Look After Your Speakers

How to make speakers love your conferences, events and you!

You want a good, funny, competent, low maintenance speaker for your event?
But is your event a good event for your speakers? And are you a good event organiser for speakers?

This list is not exhaustive but if you get these things right you will stand out already! This list of how to look after a speaker is based on my good, and bad experiences, and those of a number of friends, colleagues and clients.

Read this post and others over on my Medium channel.

Quick Tips: 6 Steps to Conquer Your Fear of Public Speaking

For many people, public speaking is not easy. For some people, it is simply terrifying. Speaking in front a large crowd, particularly of your peers, has been likened to the trauma of buying a house, going through a divorce or going to the dentist. Of course, it is far worse when your career depends on it and the stakes are high.

Taken from a post I wrote over on CityAM (found here) titled ‘How to overcome the fear of public speaking’ here’s the summarised, Quick Tips version covering six easy bullet points to conquering your fear of public speaking.

  1. Bring real value.
  2. Keep practicing.
  3. Don’t calm down.
  4. Know the audience.
  5. Tell a story.
  6. Breath. Pause. Smile.

If you need some help to conquer your fear of public speaking, to ensure your next speech creates real impact and triggers action – learn more about my SpeakerCoaching service, or get in touch today to see how I could help you call: +44 777 550 4299 or email: peter@peterbotting.com.


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