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How to Put Show Biz into Your Biz Onstage

Brian WalterGuest Expert:

Brian Walter, CSP, CPAE
(About Brian)

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The Program:

Your speech’s words are undoubtedly exciting. But what else exciting HAPPENS onstage and onscreen? The answer shouldn’t be nothing. In this example-packed show-and-tell session, Brian reveals the kind of show biz “spectacle” that results in spectacular audience experiences.

First, Brian gives you an instantly applicable two-part TEST to determine if a component DURING your speech will have a show biz impact or not. This two-part test will also show you what needs to be done in order to achieve the show biz outcome you are after.

Then, Brian shares proven, used-with-actual-clients examples that you can immediately adapt for your own speeches. Yes...Brian is saying steal everything he shares! So...like WHAT you might be wondering?

He will tell you how to design and produce:

  • onscreen humor and interaction
  • in-meeting flash mobs
  • skits featuring client execs
  • Hollywood movie clips that nail your points
  • videos starring you AND client content
  • music and parody music
  • custom game shows
  • extreme interaction

Every speaker can UP their spectacle-factor. And every topic can be showcased in a more exciting way. Brian will show you explicitly how to tap into the power of show biz for your biz.

More about our guest expert:

Since 1998, Brian Walter’s Extreme Meetings has “infotained” audiences from 10 to 10,000. He is a unique blend of internal and external communication expertise. Over a 25+ year career, Brian has been an advertising director, marketing and sales director, radio and TV commercial producer, copywriter, communications manager, speech coach, video producer, management trainer, consultant, and professional speaker.

He’s even a Guinness Book of World Records holder for producing the world’s shortest TV commercial. Brian has earned the elite Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation from the National Speakers Association, and is also a member of Meeting Professionals International and the Society for Advancement of Consulting.


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