What is the difference between a good and bad session?

Compelling, innovative ideas are always good. Well-articulated differences of opinion (i.e., constructive debate) also make for a good session. Attendees value sessions that offer insightful learning and practical takeaways. Allocating time for Q&A at the end of a session allows for great audience interaction and dialogue.

  • Speakers who are knowledgeable and well-organized

  • Logical format

  • Memorable, clear messages

  • Real ideas the audience can implement, including action items, to-dos

  • Enthusiasm

  • Competence

  • Inspiration

  • Fresh perspectives

  • Authentic wisdom – insights and nuggets earned from personal experience

Bad sessions stem from starting late, not being prepared and using the session to promote a company or product. Please be respectful to your audience.

 

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