"Conference engineer" Roger Haskett, owner and artistic director of Engagement Unlimited, welcomes attendees to the Zach Theatre.
"Ideas Man" Shed Simove encourages attendees to tap into their own creativity and treat their lives as an "experiment."
To build self-confidence, author Jackie Huba advises adopting the take-no-prisoners attitude of drag queens.
Meredith Commender, CSEP, head of Significant Events of Texas, shares some of the practices that undermine a professional image, such as using a Gmail email address (instead of one linked to one's business domain), failure to respond to messages promptly, and failure to use a professional-quality headshot.
Robert Rogers, CSEP, head of Events Man Ltd., discusses the human need for interaction and how event pros can harness it for effective events.
In his presentation "Everything is a Remix," luncheon speaker Kirby Ferguson examines the myth of creativity, explaining that throughout history, innovations have been based on new interpretations of existing knowledge.
Linda Robson, Ph.D., associate professor at Endicott College, shares her step-by-step approach to developing a risk management plan for events.
Read more about the Robson Risk Management Model.
TED-style talks at ILEA Live 2016 in Austin, Texas, inspire attendees to tap into their creativity.
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