EVENT SPEAKER TRAINING

CAN YOUR SPEAKERS DELIVER WHEN THE STAKES ARE HIGH?

The goal of any keynote? To win over the audience. Do that and it can pay dividends—in new business, clients, positive analyst ratings, funding, media coverage, and connections.

Mandel’s Keynote Speaker Training helps speakers improve what they say (content) and how they say it (delivery).

From breakout sessions to the big stage, be sure your speakers can deliver when the stakes are high.  Equip them with the tools and skills to clearly, credibly, and compellingly interact with audiences of all sizes. In-person or virtual. 

WE PREPARE YOUR SPEAKERS FOR THEIR MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS

  • KEYNOTES

  • USER CONFERENCES

  • CUSTOMER CONFERENCES

  • SALES CONFERENCES

  • ANALYST PRESENTATIONS

  • SHAREHOLDER MEETINGS

  • Investor Day Presentations

  • MARKETING ROAD SHOWS

  • PRESS CONFERENCES

  • FINALIST PRESENTATIONS

  • WEBINARS ​

  • SALES BOOTCAMPS

  • KICK-OFF EVENTS

  • Analyst Day Presentations

HIGH-PROFILE EVENT COMING UP?

Ensure your event speakers deliver memorable presentations that audiences love, talk about, and want to come back to again and again. Ask us how.

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER TRAINING

Whether you’re looking for 1:1 coaching or training for an entire team of speakers, Mandel offers event speaker training and coaching in multiple formats, in-person or virtual.

As more organizations embrace hybrid or remote work, demand for  training on HOW to present virtually has increased. As has demand for virtual instructor-led training itself. We deliver both and have done so for more than a decade.

Live virtual training is available via 1:1 coaching, small group workshops and large group experiences.

3 Event Speaker Tips For When The Stakes Are High

Your company invests a lot in conferences and other high-profile events. To maximize returns, your event and keynote speakers must offer their audience an engaging experience that exceeds expectations.

Link to conference themes & audience

Connect what you say to the event’s themes, to other speakers, and to the issues your audience members care about most.

Move and make eye contact

Look-Move-Plant: Look at any audience member, move while keeping eye contact, and plant your feet before moving again.

Don't overwhelm with details

Differentiate “must-know” from “nice-to-know” information. If you’re not sure where to draw that line, ask a manager or a peer what they think.

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