Have You Ever Considered Speaking at One of Our Conferences?

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Would you like to find out what it takes to speak at our conferences?  We are running a webinar on 20 April at 5pm entitled “Presentation Skills for Conferences: An Interactive Knowledge Exchange“.   You will hear from our panel made up of David Beckham, Debbie Paul and Adrian Reed, all of whom are experienced, popular and well known presenters at our Business Analysis Conference.  They have agreed to share some of their presenting secrets; hints and tips that they use to maximise their clarity, content and impact when presenting to audiences of any size.  This will be an interactive panel session, so please come prepared with your questions

Topics (may) include:

  • Managing the Stress of presenting
  • Ensuring content quality
  • Getting your message across
  • Dealing with questions

This is particularly suitable for inexperienced speakers but it will also be beneficial for more experienced speakers.  Register here for this webinar

For all our conferences we are always looking for new speakers.  We issue a call for speakers roughly six months before each event.  If you would like to be added to our potential speakers list to receive these when they are issued please  e-mail [email protected] with your details. The submission process is pretty simple and you should be able to do it in 15-20 Minutes.  We require a short description 120-150 words plus three bullets on what attendees would learn from attending your session and a brief biography.  We do have a number of call for speakers issued at the moment as follows:

Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe 2017, 16-19 October, London: Deadline to submit 21 April – submit here

Business Process Management Conference Europe 2017, 16-19 October, London: Deadline to submit 21 April – submit here

Enterprise Data Conference Europe 2017, 20-23 November, London: Deadline to submit 5 May – submit here

BI & Analytics Conference Europe 2017, 20-23 November, London: Deadline to submit 5 May – submit here

I am really looking forward to this webinar as I know there will be a lot of very useful information shared. I had a sneak preview of the webinar content last week and the information that the panellists will be sharing will be full of excellent advice.  We will be recording the webinar so if you can’t make the 20th April at 5pm please let me know and I will make the link available to you after it has taken place.

Panellists:

David Beckham has spent his career working at Aviva and has been a Business Analyst in different guises since the mid-1990’s. He has presented at the European Business Analysis Conference on a regular basis and has had several articles on Business Analysis topics published through various media. Despite being diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2010 at the age of 43 David continues to relish his role as a Business Analyst. He is a passionate advocate of the profession and the benefits it gives to organisations everywhere, and regularly speaks on the positive power of change both on a professional and personal basis.

Debbie Paul, AssistKD Managing Director, has worked in business analysis and business change for many years – editor and author of the best-selling BCS publication, Business Analysis and co-author of Business Analysis Techniques – regular speaker at conferences and seminars – BCS Chief Examiner for Business Analysis – Chartered Fellow of BCS – founder member of the BA Management Forum, a group formed to advance business analysis practice within organisations.

Adrian Reed is a true advocate of strategic analysis and innovation. In his day job, he acts as Principal Consultant and Director at Blackmetric Business Solutions where he provides Business Analysis consultancy and training solutions to a range of clients in varying industries. Adrian is Immediate Past President of the UK Chapter of IIBA and he speaks internationally on topics relating to strategy, problem solving, analysis and business change.

What would you like to hear discussed during the webinar?

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