Sep 2, 2019
Conferences are a substantial investment of time and money. However, as our guests Emma Weber and JD Dillon assert, they can be extremely valuable for professional development. We chat with Emma and JD about how they think about conferences and what they do before, during and after a conference to get the most out of the event that they can. Listen out for the similarities and differences in their approach and figure out what will work best for you.
If you are interested in getting started with speaking at conferences we encourage you to be brave and give it a go. After all, Learning Uncut is all about sharing stories and conferences are a great forum to do this. Emma and JD provide tips for preparing conference submissions to help get you started.
Producer: Amanda Ashby
Emma’s top highlights from ATD 2019 http://bit.ly/2ZkbpkP
What’s in JD’s conference bag nowadays? http://bit.ly/31YkPAq
JD’s Conference Planning Checklist http://bit.ly/2TWk8Va
JD’s #AITD2019 curated online magazine on Flipboard http://bit.ly/2MwKNqZ
JD’s ATD 2019 Recap http://bit.ly/2L4LDI9
Michelle’s lists that will help you make the most from a conference http://bit.ly/2NqA6pF
Michelle’s Australian Workplace Learning Conference Wrap http://bit.ly/2Zleuxh
Writing a Winning Speaking Proposal – Your Questions Answered http://bit.ly/31YdiBC
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