Embrace the Change: 15+ Sticky Strategies that Engage Today’s Diverse Audience
Do your presentations, blogs, articles, books and videos reflect your understanding that your audience is diverse? Do you conduct a diversity and inclusion check much like you would use spell-check? If you want your message to relate to the broad diversity of people in your audience, join Lenora’s fun yet straight forward session to discover tips and techniques to help you connect in a way that builds on the concept of belonging and inclusion. Her illustrations and suggestions can be applied to any learning environment in-person or virtual no matter what the topic. It is surprisingly easy!
During this engaging, content-rich session you will experience creative ways to apply the principles and techniques of inclusion that grab your audience’s attention and keeps it. Join past NSA president and past Global Speakers Federation president Lenora Billings-Harris, CSP, CPAE to enhance your ability to deliver powerful messages that stick long after the session has ended.
Bonus: Do you have diversity-related questions for which you need answers? Come prepared to ask Lenora.
Takeaways: You will leave this session with
· At least 15+ easy methods to make sure your message is relevant to diverse groups
· Illustrations that relate to You and your audience
· Great ideas from colleagues
· A handout filled with tips and suggestions
NOTE: Registration will be cut off at 12 noon on Friday, Oct. 15, 2021.
This event will be a HYBRID. You may choose to attend either virtually or in-person. Select your option at checkout.
In the Spirit of Cavett, this Hybrid Event Production, is being produced by Tiffany Theen, Theen & Associates.
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