Tag med Rhetor til taleskriverkonference i Washington

Hvis du er interesseret i konferencen, så kontakt Peter Koch Palshøj på pkp@rhetor.dk eller 3168 0068

2011 Speechwriters and Executive Communicators Conference afholdes den 7.-9. marts 2011 på American University i Washington D.C. Rhetor arrangerer tilmelding for interesserede og vil samtidig fremskaffe et godt og rimeligt rejsetilbud fra et dansk rejsebureau.

Ragans taleskriverkonference har altid høj kvalitet, og giver adgang til oplæg og diskussion med USA’s bedste taleskrivere og retorikere. Danske deltagere ved tidligere Ragan-konferencer i USA har givet top-karakter til konferencen og til nytten af at deltage.

Pris
Deltagelse på selve konferencen den 8.-9. marts: 995 US-dollars.
Deltagelse på en af de fire pre-conference workshops den 7. marts: 345 US-dollars.

Frist
Hvis du er interesseret, så kontakt os meget gerne med spørgsmål. Endelig tilmeldingsfrist meddeles senere.

Kontakt
Rhetors Peter Koch Palshøj på mobil: 3168 0068 eller mail: pkp@rhetor.dk

Mere info
Læs programmet herunder eller find mere info på konferencens hjemmeside


PRE-CONFERENCE WORK-SHOPS

Den 7. marts 2011 er der praktiske workshops:

Six big speechwriting ideas
Transform your talk from acceptable to absolutely awesome

How to make an audience listen
Secrets of editing every speechwriter should know

Soup to nuts
Everything you need to know to write excellent speeches

Wait for laughter
How to effectively incorporate humor into your speeches

PROGRAM CONFERENCE

Den 8. – 9. marts 2011 afvikles selve konferencen med følgende program

Opening keynote
Writing speeches for any high level executive can be daunting, but imagine writing for the President of the United States.

During this opening keynote panel, speechwriters to Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush will discuss tips on how you can refine your craft, despite being on deadline and under pressure.

TRACK 1: SPEECHWRITING

Amazing openings, slam-dunk closings
How to captivate and motivate an audience from the beginning of a speech to the end

Monroe’s motivated sequence Not just for politics

Access to your speaker
Getting it, making the most of it and demonstrating its value

Panel
What can corporate writers learn from political ones—and vice versa? Speechwriting from the perspective of the writer and executive

Crisis speechwriting
Experiences and lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic

TRACK 2: EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS

Building an executive communications strategy from the ground up

Deciding when, why and what social media your C-suite should use to communicate

Raising the podium
How to help your executives become thought leaders

Executive communications in the digital age

Got Metaphor?
The most efficient, effective way to communicate on all platforms

Someone gave a speech
Did it matter? How do you know?

You can do more than write the draft
Coach your speaker to deliver the speech as you wrote it

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