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The Future of Conferences

 22nd June 2017 by gihan

Videoconferencing, online meetings, telepresence and other collaboration technology are gaining traction. Does that mean the in-person conference is obsolete? No – not by a long way! But its role has changed. In this webinar, I?ll show More ...

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Building Online Video Content and Presence

 19th April 2016 by gihan

Online Video

Last year, I presented a session at the MFAA (Mortgage & Finance Association of Australia) National Convention, talking about how to use online video to create a powerful positioning statement for your business.

Some of the tips for creating More ...

5 Things Your Conference Audience Cares About Now

 23rd February 2016 by gihan

5 Things Your Conference Audience Cares About Now

We keep hearing stories about the generational shift in the workplace, with more Gen Y?s (Millennials) moving into leadership positions. That?s true in the world of conferences as well. If you?re a conference organiser, sponsor, More ...

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Why Conference Speakers Need To Add More Value – And Five Ways to Do It

 5th May 2015 by gihan

Online education

Now that we have so many more ways to interact and meet ? especially online ? people have much higher expectations of conferences. Of course, conferences are still important, but they are a huge investment of time and money, so we?re More ...

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The Changing Face of HR: CCI Conference in Perth

 26th June 2014 by gihan

The WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) recently hosted their first HR conference, with the theme ?The Changing Face of HR?. I was one of the keynote speakers, speaking about how the world of work and jobs have changed due More ...

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Professional Speakers – A Protected Species Fast Becoming an Endangered Species

 10th November 2009 by gihan

A few weeks ago, I attended Matt Church’s excellent two-day “Speech Building Boot Camp”, where Matt laid out a 27-step process for crafting a powerful presentation.

It was so methodical and logical that it got me thinking, ?Gee More ...

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