Available right now as a beta test release, you can download the EventCX app for Windows and Mac and get an icon on your desktop.
Questions from the audience can enrich a panel discussion or derail it, so decide ahead of time when and how you will manage questions. You can:
- Take Questions As You Go. Allow questions to percolate from the audience at any time.
- Stop Periodically and Ask For Questions. For example, stop for questions after each panelist presentation, key topical discussion or stop every 20 minutes to take questions.
- Dedicate a time for Q&A. Create a specific time to take questions from the audience, usually held at the end of the program and before the final summary.
Would you like to know how speakers will be booked in the (very near) future?
In this presentation by eSpeakers’ own Dave Reed to the Mountain West chapter of the National Speakers Association (NSA) teaches, he teaches the audience:
- The new third way that getting hired
- How to have a potent presence that pulls in buyers
After presenting to new friends at the NSA Minnesota chapter meeting a few weeks ago, I got a followup question asking what the difference is between eSpeakers and a performer directory like Gigmasters or Gigsalad. Should a professional speaker have one or the other? Both?