Speakers College 1: Stronger ties. Connect to yourself, your audience and bookers more easily.

David Martins training workshop for speakers is based around a very simple tool that he created called Speak-the-Rainbow™, a fun and original method using the seven colors of the rainbow to explain what speakers need to connect with their audience: red emotions, orange energy, yellow joy, green hope, blue vision, indigo depth, and purple soul.

Experienced speakers will see their content and delivery in a new light once they discover these elements and those that are just starting their journey to bigger stages will find this method brings them more poise, confidence, and impact as a speaker. It is also an excellent tool for reducing preparation time as it offers an easy to remember filter to assess a speech with.

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How to move faster in your speaking business with unexpected resources

Philippe Boulanger is used to make decisions fast and to act as fast. There is an underlying mindset and behavior to understand in order to move fast. Philippe is going to unveil how you can benefit from his experience as a speaker.



What the most frequently booked speakers have in common

Speakers College 1 - 2020 2Have you noticed that certain speakers seem to get the majority of the paid speaking opportunities? You could say that everything follows the 80/20 principle but in fact we’ve found it’s more like 90/10 when it comes to speaker bookings.
Maria Franzoni’s team at MFL is a licensed office of The London Speaker Bureau, named by the International New York Times as the “only global speaker bureau”. LSB has 25 international offices in 18 countries. Our small but mighty team at MFL represents 8% of their global turnover. And they’ve been looking at the global numbers ….

Did you know that The London Speaker Bureau group of companies has four thousand four hundred speakers on its roster? That might sound like a lot, but actually it’s not the largest roster in the industry. Last year 866 of those speakers were booked by the bureau. But many of those only once. 45 speakers out of the 4400 took 80% of the bookings!

Do those speakers share any particular attributes? Do they do something different to other speakers? What is it that makes them so bookable?

Maria have looked into this and found four key areas where these speakers excel, and she is going to share these with you …..

16.00 – 16.10  Welcome by Jan van der Spoel
16.15 – 17.30  David Martin
17.30 – 18.45  Philippe Boulanger
18.45 – 19.15  Sandwiches
19.15 – 20.30  Maria Franzoni
20.30 – 21.30  Katja Schleicher & Antoni Lacinai: Inside a KeyNote
21.30 – 22.00  Networking