Collaboration Between the Client and Their Motivational Speaker

As an event planner looking for motivational speakers, inspirational speakers, and keynote speakers, you must have a strong level of communication in order to ensure a successful event. When meeting planners plan an event, their ultimate goal is to inspire their attendees. This means, having speakers who leverage off of each other’s messages to increase the overall impact of the presentation or workshop. Motivational speakers used to open an event set the tone for the rest of the event, solidifying the theme. The closing speaker builds upon that tone to re-enforce the theme. Neal Petersen and Doug Dvorak are both professional speakers that have worked closely together for years to figure out how to impact events and conferences positively. Whether it was for an insurance executive in Halifax, Canada, military leaders in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba or the Department of Defense Fire Chiefs to all the US military bases meeting in Chicago, Neal Petersen and Doug Dvorak get their messages out which captures their audiences right from the start.
In order to capture your audience you must first capture your client. Building a relationship with your client will be key to having an extra-ordinary event. If your relationship with your client is strong and done right, they in turn will spread that captivity along to the participants (audience) giving you great recognition and an identity among your attendees before even meeting and presenting to them. In addition, collaborating with the client allows one to provide key information to your speakers, which will allow them in turn to study and get to know your audience strengths and weaknesses. Great communication leads to easy to find, but crucial to touch upon focus points that makes your event that much more impactful. Your audience will be able to relate to the speakers because your speakers will have built their presentation around the knowledge of your audience.
In addition, to building a relationship, collaboration allow one to work as a single team. The client should always be deeply involved in the speakers’ preparation, whether it is a motivational speaker, inspirational speaker, or a keynote speaker, it will help avoid any misunderstandings and miscommunications. With trust fostering through communication, one can ensure that both on the same page and have the same overall mission, which is to be impactful, motivate, encourage, and deliver exemplifying new perceptions. This alone will make your next event more powerful and influential. Once the audience sees the togetherness of the people involved and how the event is structured around them as individuals and as a team, they will be talking about it for months to come.
Choose speakers who start to deliver excellence before they appear on your stage, speakers who inspire you while you are working on the tedious details, who are clear on what tools they need in order to motivate and inspire your attendees and have incredible content. What is also important when choosing your speaker, it is not just what they do on your stage, but how they make your attendees feel from that platform and later, off that stage. Are your speakers willing to engage the attendees post presentation in a non commercial, supportive, energizing manner that makes you the true hero of the event for demonstrating great vision, leadership and lasting inspiration? This is why corporations and associations are bringing Neal Petersen and Doug Dvorak to their stages.


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