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Game On: How to Create and Deliver
Game Shows in Your Speeches

Brian WalterGuest Expert:

Brian Walter, CSP, CPAE
(About Brian)

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The Program:

Game shows are a powerful way to uniquely engage audience members in a speech topic or subtopic.

Unless the games are complicated, hokey, no-fun, too easy, too long, or boring. (Yikes!)

Since meeting attendees overwhelmingly say they want an experience, relevant games get them involved, no matter what size group. Games can enliven even heavy topics.

In this fast and fun SNN session, you’ll discover exactly how to do games the right way.

You’ll discover how to:

  • use a variety of concepts and rules to make games that are instantly playable
  • leverage bold graphics and embedded audio to create a game show look and feel
  • incorporate fast pacing and purposely quirky question-and-answer material to deliver a truly fun game experience

More about our guest expert:

Brian Walter, CSP, CPAE, runs two businesses, Extreme Meetings and Extreme Trainings. He is an internal communications consultant, video writer and producer, and, of course, emcee and speaker.

For over 20 years, Brian has provided customized infotainment to make meetings memorable. His past clients include Microsoft, Pepsi, Starbucks, Costco, Verizon, numerous hospitals, a bank that wasn’t too big to fail, and a regional office of the IRS... which he was scared to deliver in front of. He’s even a past Guinness Book of World Records holder for producing the world’s shortest TV commercial.


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