On the 9th of March, and throughout the month, thousands and thousands of women will be giving public speeches, the majority for the very first time.
I’ve been attending lots of industry events in recent weeks – social media, content marketing, technology, and even a rugby dinner – and here’s the thing. It’s 2015 and still STILL event organizers and speakers aren’t appreciating the power of social media at events. We’ve got to change that. I’ll give you one example of
Ask any sales person during their annual review what they need from the company to hit their figures next fiscal year, and usually “training” comes out top of the list. Ask them what sort of training or coaching they need within this broad area and the response is usually a spattering of different fields including
In my early 20s, my first job after graduating from University was becoming a Musician in the Australian Army – it was a VERY interesting chapter in my life. After two years as a Musician, I had the chance to unofficially move to the Defence Public Relations Department – an opportunity I snapped up and from
I attended an event last week; it was a great event, all except one speaker. He was speaking on behalf of the platinum sponsor AND essentially, he did a product pitch. It was just awful and long before the end of his presentation, I wanted him to stop. It was so bad; the entire audience