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Add Game Show Host to Your Offerings

Paul RutterGuest Expert:

Paul Rutter
(About Paul)

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The Program:

Repeat clients love you but you’ve used all your best material. What can you offer for their next event that is different?

You’d love to have a highly customized, interactive program that is easy to explain, is always a hit, and doesn’t take long to put together.

Clients are asking for more entertainment from their presenters. They want more than talking heads with slides, no matter how interesting the data or stories.

Why not offer to host a custom game show at their event?

You can adapt well-known game shows, but that’s only the beginning. You need to know how to manage the whole process — it’s not as easy as you’d think. For example, how do you manage volunteers who want to hog the show? How can you create more laughter with simple techniques? How do you reduce the likelihood game players will do something embarrassing?

Paul has hosted hundreds of game shows during his decades as a cruise director. Now as a professional speaker, he uses that experience to add another service for his corporate clients. He shares what you need to know to be a master at game-show hosting.

You will learn how to

  • find game shows to use
  • customize common game shows to the needs of clients
  • manage volunteers so they don’t take over the show
  • milk the contestants’ responses for more humor
  • keep the game lively and moving along
  • mitigate anything that might come come back and haunt you, the client, or the participants

More about our guest expert:

After spending over 30 years in the hospitality industry, Paul now offers his high-end hospitality lessons to corporate clients. As a senior executive, Paul managed and guided the staff of some of the largest and most luxurious cruise ships in the world, taking him to speak on stages all over the globe.

Paul is author of Repeat Business Inc., an Advanced Communicator in Toastmasters International, and a member of the National Speakers Association.


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