Help your clients get long-lasting, measurable results from their meetings:

Free tips for meeting professionals

Meeting professionals whose clients and attendees insist on results can get useful tips they can share with their speakers to help increase the value of their programs, courtesy of the National Speakers Association (NSA), the leading organization for professional speakers. NSA’s newly released publication, “How Speakers Deliver Return on Attendance,” offers specific, practical guidelines on how to prove – and improve – the long-lasting, measurable impact of presentations, learning events and training.

Whether planning face-to-face or virtual meetings, those responsible for budgets continue to look for ways to measure the impact of their investments. As a meeting professional, you have a vested interest in the success of each meeting. Can you help your employer or your client determine if they’re getting the best return on their investment?

This white paper – offered to meeting professionals at no charge – provides:

  • ideas on best practices for making the most of all phases of your meeting planning: before, during and after the program is finished;
  • a template for creating your own action plan to put these results into action; and
  • a summary of resources you can count on for further information.

Dedicated to creating high-impact meetings for your employer or your clients and for your attendees? Contact NSA today for your free copy:  Email: MemberServices@NSAspeaker.org or phone (480) 968-2552.

Chris Clarke-Epstein, Certified Speaking Professional and member of the National Speakers Association, is the author of “How Speakers Deliver Return on Attendance.” She creates and presents programs to global audiences that range from Fortune 500 companies to local non-profits. She has authored and contributed to 14 books. As a speaker herself, she is committed to delivering ROA (Return on Attendance) in all of her own presentations, and is passionate about sharing her secrets about how to make meetings more successful.

The National Speakers Association (NSA) is the leading organization for professional speakers. NSA’s thousands of members include experts in a variety of industries and disciplines, who reach audiences as trainers, educators, humorists, motivators, consultants, authors and more. Since 1973, NSA has provided resources and education designed to advance the skills, integrity and value of its members and the speaking profession. www.nsaspeaker.org