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Could Your Meeting Use a Little Drama?

For centuries, the theater world has specialized in engaging audiences and moving hearts and minds. What can meeting professionals learn from all that sound and fury signifying something? Raise the curtain and let’s find out.

The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs

“The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs reveals the operating system behind any great presentation and provides you with a quick-start guide to design your own passionate interfaces with your audiences.” —Cliff Atkinson, author of Beyond Bullet Points and The Activist Audience

Effective Entertainment With: More Balls Than Most (supplier)


More Balls Than Most gets people going - both mentally and physically.

We have pioneered the use of entertainment as a means of driving communication within organisations - entertainment - in The Netherlands & Europe since 1992. Hundreds of thousands of participants, many of them in our unique style of juggling training sessions, have actively experienced these messages both simply and clearly.

Speaker: Coach in public speaking: Peggy Richie

Peggy Richie (1974) is an experienced presenter, coach and trainer with heart and soul for her audience. In her career she has proven many times how important it is to know the difference between what you say and how you say it. She has encountered many different kinds of audiences and has lived through many different situations on stage.

René Vanhove

René is a creative project manager for meetings, events and live communication. His background is theatre and René has almost 20 years of experience in the meeting industry. He has been working in Africa, the Middle East and all over Europe for corporate and institutional clients. He does conceptual work, preproduction and production / staging with a dynamic focus on shaping the client’s message into a live experience.

Dr. Nick Morgan

About Nick Morgan:
Topics on his blog:
- Basic Principles of Persuasive Rhetoric

Powering meetings towards an effective experience and networking booster

Allan and Barbara Pease remind us that 80% of men can do only one thing at a time. So what about all those speakers showing slides, overloaded with text, while they keep on talking?

And the movie industry proves us that it is possible to keep an audience attention during 2 hours non-stop. So, what is their secret?

'Meeting effectiveness' is very much under attack today. How can we change meetings into an effective and motivating experience?  

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