Booking A Virtual Keynote Speaker – Tips For An Online Event
Are you booking a virtual keynote speaker? Top motivational keynote speaker Nick Jankel shares his tips on getting the most out of a virtual keynote speaker. A virtual keynote speaker must engage their audience to make them feel part of…
Top motivational keynote speaker Nick Jankel shares his tips on getting the most out of a virtual keynote speaker.
A virtual keynote speaker must engage their audience to make them feel part of the event – as if they are in the same room.
There are a number of ways that a keynote speaker can do this. One is to engage with the audience digitally: by asking questions or sharing information in the form of a Pdf.
The keynote speaker will need to amp up their performance to keep their digital audience engaged. This is even more important than when they’re standing on stage in a conference room. If you’re booking a virtual speaker, make sure that they know this and – ideally – that they’re experienced in engaging with online audiences.
Finally, consider whether the format of the keynote needs to change. It might make sense to shorten the talk so that the audience can walk away from the keynote with a sense of what was most important to learn and understand. Your digital audience will want to feel informed and like that was ‘time well spent’.
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Nick Jankel is a top motivational keynote speaker who inspires international audiences.
Nick’s keynotes help leaders to forge the future in a digital, disrupted, and damaged world. As a futurist speaker, leadership theorist and transformation catalyst, Nick advises and accelerates many ambitious organizations such as Novartis, HSBC, Unilever, Kellogg’s, Nike, No.10 Downing Street, Zalando, Genentech, Google, Roche, Diageo, Intel, Lendlease, P&G and the BBC.