Become Invaluable to Meeting Planners

  • by Joan Eisenstodt
  • 0 hrs and 58 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

How does a professional meeting planner think and operate? How do others who plan meetings think and operate? How can you make yourself known positively to them? How can you work in tandem to ensure your program is a great success? How can you share your needs and experience to help the overall program become more successful?
Joan Eisenstodt, uber-planner, NSA's 2006 Meeting Partner of the Year, and a legend in the meetings and hospitality industry, will share her opinions, based on her more than 30 years in the meetings industry. She thinks there are many ways a speaker can show his or her value to a planner effectively.
In this teleseminar, you will learn:


How you can successfully use viral marketing, meeting listservs, and involvement in various industry organizations to make yourself known to planners while furthering your own career.
How you can become invaluable to a planner by taking a consulting approach, even if you're a keynoter or trainer.
How you can help the planner so that your presentation is successful and the whole program is more successful as a result.
Why it's important to define yourself and deliver appropriately, and to understand the difference between a speaker who motivates and a motivational speaker.
When and how much customization is important and why.
When turning down business will bring you more.
This is a live recording of an interview-format teleseminar focused on information that would be valuable for speakers, trainers, consultants, coaches, and other information entrepreneurs. It was recorded via telephone.

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Very useful teleseminar

An excellent teleseminar for keynote speakers at conferences. Covers all the details listed in the Audible "Publisher's Summary." The central theme is: build relationships with meeting planners before trying to sell your expertise to them.
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- Lucie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-19-2007
  • Publisher: SpeakerNet News