Advice to a Protege

What are the key ingredients to a successful speaking career?  What if you could leverage over two dozen years as a successful speaker, facilitator, consultant and panel moderator?  Imagine the key takeaways and lessons learned from a past-president of the US National Speakers Association and a decade as a CAPS member.

You won’t want to miss this up close and personal session with Kristin Arnold, MBA, CSP, CPF as she shares the good, the bad and the ugly of her business.  Get a behind-the-scenes look at what to do….and what not to do….to be successful in this business.

And wait!  There’s more!

No, she won’t offer any ginzu knives, BUT she will be offering three (count ‘em THREE) spots where YOU can share a pressing issue or challenge that you would like some real-time feedback from a pro!

We’ll see you at the Sawridge Inn Edmonton South on November 9th!

 

Kristin’s Bio

Kristin Arnold is the only member of NSA who holds both the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation as well as the CPF – Certified Professional Facilitator.  With over a dozen years of team-building and facilitation experience, Kristin specializes in coaching executives and their leadership teams in building collaborative cultures.  A founding member of the Facilitators PEG, Past Facilitator PEG Chair, Lab Director, Provost of NSA’s University at Marco Island, and NSA President in 2010-2011, Kristin is one of our most knowledgeable sources around facilitation and interaction.  She started her national involvement with NSA on the faculty of the Facilitation Skills Lab in 2000 and co-chaired the first Interaction Skills Lab in 2005.  She is an author and columnist on teamwork and presentation skills as well as a contributing author to NSA’s Paid to Speak and the International Association of Facilitator’s Handbook on Facilitation.

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