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Monday, March 30, 2015

How to Engage with Speakers After the Event (When the Line is too Long)

Written by  Ira Koretsky

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Imagine you are attending an event with a speaker or panel. It was fantastic. The line to talk to the speaker is long and you just don’t have the time to wait.

Here’s a tip that works most of the time.

Email the speaker explaining a) You attended the session and b1) You have a question about the topic he/she did cover or b2) You have a question about a topic he/she said would be covered (this option gets more responses by far).

Keep your request short and to the point. Ask for websites, articles, studies, SlideShare presentations, etc. to help address your question.

Perhaps this is a start of a new relationship...

Ira Koretsky

Ira Koretsky

Ira Koretsky is the president of The Chief Storyteller®, a boutique marketing and sales consulting firm. He has delighted audiences around the world helping them achieve better business outcomes and accelerate their revenue with highly effective written, spoken, and social media communications. With over 25 years of experience, he is a sought-after global speaker, columnist, consultant, and executive coach. Twitter @chiefstorytellr   youtube.com/user/IraKoretskySpeaker

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