You have been diligent in your planning, you have chosen an outstanding venue, you sent out all the right information and you have the right tools for the job. Now that it is event day, there are still some things you need to do. It doesn't matter if your attendees have paid for the privilege
Now that you have begun planning your first workshop and found your perfect venue, you need to let your target market know about your fantastic workshop and what they need to do to secure a seat. There are numerous ways to do this however you should first consider who your target market are and what
There are so many things to consider when looking for a venue for your workshop or seminar. You not only need to look at the type of venue but also at the staff. You need to find out if they will provide the kind of service that you need as this will reflect upon your
So you've decided to do a workshop, it's your first one and you are on your own. Here are 10 tips that will help you pull together a successful workshop no matter how big or small. It's true, 'the devil is in the detail' so make sure you are prepared to spend some time planning it.
Your tool kit is a vital ingredient that will aid you in the successful delivery of your workshop. Your tool kit should be a part of the planning for your first workshop and then built upon as you do more and as your needs and presentation delivery change. Some of what is below might be