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no i am rubber on all about going la la la welcome to it yeah
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now i think we'd like to hear a little bit more reaction from you
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because it's early so we're gonna go this one more time please
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okay absolute that that's not the back now i'm sure
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everybody's wondering why are we standing on a bridge
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well first of all a it's the bridge to brad hatch that and everybody was crossing a bridge at
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it yeah this page was actually used for them not many a musical performed mama mama mia
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that is my favourite all time favourite musical you want to ah my favourite
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this is the lead ins awake but you see what happens next so
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i'll tell me can you see anything from yeah no way oh
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oh i think you might be missing what would you like to hear accent you start off resort you deliver
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yeah i mean i i let let me get ready right oh
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thank you
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this doesn't work out i always have something to fall back that then yeah maybe the day job stick to the day job no let's
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let's let's not go there anyway good morning ladies and dampen my name is patrick delaney i'm managing partner of soon no one
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and i'm saying apple at from a cat and we're here to welcome you need you on your journey
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to learn everything about the rights absolutely put before at what before we start at the very beginning
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sure we introduced to very important people yes we would like to harp on
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stage our president enough rice in pretoria is and marcy old martin stark
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on the bridge or
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good morning everyone and this is indeed not exciting and say hamilton noticing
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on the bridge we'll stacey will get into trouble with the
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now these have you all's yeah um it's really essential wonderful unremarkable to it
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there's time eighteen d.'s onto the main then two thousand six was my there's ticket online tainted
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and many of you on let's see yeah in our industry you perhaps you've just started in the business
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and we think it's really really important that you had an opportunity to find out about it can
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animals and make a few friends 'cause it's got to be dating when you can't see it can is lots of kissing and hugging and
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and uh when things and this is really the opportunity to make those means
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i mean the in two thousand and six people that i meet at my table
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i'll still things today i think that really sits me on the part of a cat
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it's a really good lighting which would have you to really enjoy
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today embrace it in good hands with saying yeah and patrick
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to just have fun and enjoy a cat thank you for
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uh as you move notice i'm slightly older than me you know so my first congress was actually nineteen ninety nine
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and in those days the compress was actually smaller than this gathering uh first
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timers so changeable but in those days we had nine first time attendees
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you have to survive on your own wits if you would could
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not to network are you okay if you shine retiring
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you really struggled so we were taught of the last decade to try and bring you guys into the fold
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what you could hear quite a lot of the next a few days is
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what a record breaking compresses we have nearly thirteen hundred people here
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but for me that such a huge challenge uh other choice though i hope you're gonna help us with
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because many people you have uh the congress more time to get used to
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it we delegate to behave like a member of the movie it's
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we don't want to audience members we want participants so for us first
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times if you can really embrace that feeling and become active
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participants you control the show the old times what to do you any colours then tools so behave in the right way
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we don't wanna see you stop on the same table with the people you would you know from your own
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country we want you to reach out we want a whole time is to reach out to use well
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so please what with us and we don't have a fantastic congress i just
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wanna say help really introduced to see you will hear a non so
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sorry but we're not actually the stock track ice hockey team that you expected when you came through just
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new board members unit you want to be but i don't think you mountain and i'd like
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just standing on so you and whatnot and seat and encouraging you to engage with one
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and not the as we also want to introduce um bubble which to you
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and very often in any organisation that would seems like the fall
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a group of people that you contemplate with well these designs and kills you can definitely engage with
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so i'd like to pull them all on stage if i'm you'd like to come at the mike holding a conical you'll
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want would've you'll have to come up to use 'cause otherwise i'll get into trouble with saying and she's really strict
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so we'll eat it you have a look at them and then we'll turn them around so
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that there you can see the names in remember maybe going it's not fun finish this
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oh i don't think that much nonsense is on three we gonna get you to turn around you can change if to
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rocky went get complicated one two three yeah it's please turn
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around so we can see your names they we go
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ah thank you can say that
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so please don't be afraid to approach any of apple would name is myself lots
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and make it seem as the any questions things that you'd like to know
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an issue you we don't set will bonds but will really like to find often engage with you can discuss matters
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and you'll board members uh definitely they for you to engage some of
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you might know the people from your geographical read 'em regions
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well uh the flies from the sixes that they represent that we're here for you working for you
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and me tonight to to have you here with us have a fantastic station thank you for
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uh_huh
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thank you thank you board member is it's always a great pleasure to have you here
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and then for all of you i am not you can find the last of
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who the board members are uh don't be afraid i know once they get out of those sure it's it will be
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maybe difficult to find the right person i want to target or we clear the x. m. to a man
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where those for the rest yeah i think it's always great to talk to upload aboard when they leave
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oh yeah i've yeah yeah haven't landed in check yet no we've gotta learn that would know as near as
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nina and martin said it it's one of the great things about it is it is a family and
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um we have a phrase in in my own language in my own um country where we say they're no strangers only
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friends you get to meet and i think that's indicative that the board is not somebody who would fit so
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in in in in a in a high ivory tower they genuinely want to
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get to know each other so please please do that that's not
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that it's an invitation which is very doing when they always enjoy a
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welcoming first timers and use a high enthusiastically no absolute proof
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what happened during the day here anyways we're having two hearts with the break in between
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just to give you an idea in the first part will focus
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on some networking exercised is there an id years and tools
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how to share ah you're a visions your objectives you came here with
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a little bit about the education program and the second part well
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focus more on uh some of the added business opportunities
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are socially fans and we have a surprise in store of surprises of of surprises okay that sounds pretty good
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we're gonna get on with what you think yeah i think that yeah that's get off this this religion get down to reality of um
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when we were putting together the congress we were looking for
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some way of summing up um what would be
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to find the successive it if it to place i would
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we had three words connect a nurse and share
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as an overarching narrative an overarching experience that we would like each and every member
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politically those two are here for the first time and i i thought was really significant um
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that means that you know people who are in this room it's not
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that they're not experience is the first time in the congress
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so there's a there's a big difference whether you're been here many
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many twenty four or whether this is genuinely your first
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time ever we want to to connect remembers unsure what we
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mean by those words i mean in terms of connection
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yeah get up close get up close um make a
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genuine connection these or suggestions to generate connection means
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being open to new people open to to one ideas
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to being not superficial to get in point as
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we we try to find images that would reflect that type of experience in terms of the mercy
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it's very easy in a large group to feel lonely
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i know certainly any congress about and i've been up a good few kong's in good
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few meetings and sometimes you you rock open you think caught so many people
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and you you scan the room looking for two white male anybody here you know
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if the congress it get the characteristic is you'll be the first to go
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where would you be the first to say hello my name is hollow
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let me tell you why i'm here made it you know and that's what's expected of you know one would
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be in bars to wanting to go not only meet in your groups this morning put to me
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everybody in the congress and we've lots of lots of two so happy
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to do that and then finally we want you to share right
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and that sharing is real sharing your good stories sharing your pains
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sharing your successes but sharing what you'd like to achieve as
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well because we've been amazing group of people we've overcome
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for nearly nearly a thirteen hundred people here of martin said this
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morning incredible large number of people one resource that is
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so really take that opportunity bring your needs but also bring your time and i'm sure the moment everybody so
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that's our that's our appeal that's our that's our collective goal we're gonna ask you to buy into
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so how are we going to do this family uh we are doing straight away something martin
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mentioned we do not want an audience but we want you to be participants straight away
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so while we well now have a it's eighteen exercise and
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do i hear enthusiasm korean so within your wrong groups want you to turn to the person beside you
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now we know and then to go to a person i have met yes don't worry big absolutely don't view that you
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don't want to talk to be we don't know one to to to sell when we put the lights that
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wait you will have thirty seconds to find one paris and you have not met yet
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shareware than we are waiting for on and what is your main objective of being here after thirty seconds will
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give that up there and when the bell rang the ad a person well i share that with you
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depending on the time we have we will do three rounds two or three
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rounds cell without further ado could we have the lights up please
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and i would say that i'll find your first purcell
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yeah
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whatever
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you have
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or
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yep
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stop stop stop stop stop stop stop we like and i have to switch
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should not fake and the person who was speaking should now listen
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stop
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stop
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oh
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oh
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mm we'd like you to go and do the exercise against someone completely different so golf i'd somebody having that already
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ah
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sob sob sob sob sob sob h.
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you're getting behind it is really really the rap we want to know the person who
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was listening the speed of the person who was speaking this stuff away which are
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stop stop stop
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thought
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stop you doing really really well when we put about as i did have to stop it to the right
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well what would come down and start giving out to some that
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we want to go one last round somebody maybe complete different
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part of the room but you haven't met already so last time call what this they can one tell is that
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there
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stop stop
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oh this is good stop
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h.
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yes you're getting better getting better out last time the person who was
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speaking listens on the person who was listening speaks okay cover
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i don't know that's very what you're having a really good time which
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yeah yeah i i and you have to break outs integrate that i hate obviously getting on very well or what we should actually
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probably we don't need to what they let us know and everybody should just go let's go let's go and leave it out
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well don't you pass the forced test you work perfectly good members
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so oh yeah i packed and ready so i'll let me ask you to ah finish
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your sentence at least to be polite or smile and go back to a c.
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yeah great to see it at patrick's advice to heart and
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went to the adder side of their illness that uh
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the other side of the room is always greener yes it's well known
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it's well never crash sure and the neighbours yeah you're aren't
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broad i think everybody's really back all yes i think there is a very enthusiastic group there
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around everybody group and make them feel oh well in that case for j. c.
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they're really up at that you're right that the length and
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uh
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fantastic
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that's you know what we've learned i'll i'm pretty sure
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that elephants have wonderful years now you all how larger interface farina yes
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but the varsity all people cultures experiences
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backgrounds regions you all common from
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and you should all embrace that we all ran to
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learn any race at all those new cultures
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and as everybody keeps and sell we're having almost
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thirteen hundred delegates around twelve seventy last can't give or
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take from eighty countries so an all time record
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all delegates from all different a giants sectors of membership
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we have a large contingents of i. c. h. and that with that here
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it's here as well i may i just ask the quickly stand that stuff that
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a listing great it's done give ah ha
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so i'll wait all this diversity what we need to be
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all mindful on that it is time to be open
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to be flexible and to him embrace all these uh papers yes
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absolutely and you know we all calling would a belief
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you know maybe a belief that we are inexperienced person and we know our sector really really well
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or maybe we come from a particular regional geography and we say we know
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we know with this this is coming from we know what the customers
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want we we know we believe really strong in something good
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when you think about the opportunity in this one room
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he she want different countries it's extraordinary what a treasure
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what an opportunity to go to test your belief
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to test some of the opinions that you review strong about not in an aggressive way but
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in a very open way in a way to to to sense check whether or not
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what you're doing today is good for you personally it's good good for your business
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and more especially what's happening what's happening in different parts of the world because for sure
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we're becoming more and more global so we know of you to go forward
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to bring your beliefs put to bring them in the way where they are at the gift for everybody else
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well i was i'm under the impression i believe like saying that you have yeah
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oh well no looking at four hundred fifty witnesses that i can't edit it
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very since the limited very sensitive areas that really
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but how can we achieve what we set out
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to to connect him hers and share how
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can we challenge out be how we uh that over calm it's that great city
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what we all know always we need to explore we
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need to explore what people think how they thing
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where they're coming from we need to first listen which
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is this this first exercise was our data
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we wanted you to less and ride it then just focus on the time when you are speaking
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you need to explore what other people think because that will help you
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in your business is once you go back to the office
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you in all oh okay this is what i've learned this is how i can uh
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e. improve my price it's it's like don't explore
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only for yourself explore for your calling us
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because not everybody from your office could can be prepared to explore on
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their behalf ellen bring that knowledge back and expertise anna's me
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nine martin both mentioned on patrick there has there is so much
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expertise in this room are ready we're not here uh to
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brain the knowledge we just here to guide me to find all the expertise in this room
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and throughout the congress so pleased me well pen to explore what is around you
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hope you like that image right
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uh and it in in english the word amplifies we we have good for about who would do this part because the
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incorporation of slightly different worked with empathy is very different if
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you all know from sympathy empathy is the ability to
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see the other person's point of view from the their framework within the
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context of their framework of their beliefs stability to be non judgemental
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it's the ability to share and to connect in a very
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real and meaningful way and empathy draw its connection
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simply choose not so again our suggestion to not from any other point then
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from our own experience that in this amazing opportunity this great cauldron of perversity
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but when we do interact we do interact with a completely open
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mine wouldn't mind that's empathetic that understanding wearable persons but
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point is coming from in terms of their because that's
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the courtroom background and then finding that genuine connection
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and if you do that in our humble opinion the congress would be
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an enormous success on many many and very very deep levels
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i know you always wanted to walk in my shoes so you do what what can you show up up up up up
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very those going there when you're out there and and you know
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face but i just couldn't stand and then today f. cell
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and here is the first start in a way for you to achieve all this you need
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to grow and learn and how when you grow and learn through our education program
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it is our own main education event of the year we have experts from
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within the industry from outside the industry and it's not only about
00:30:05
international association meetings but it it's a whole range of sessions
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which help you be equipped not only here at the congress
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but also once you leave when you're back in the um office
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so we have in the room several uh speaker salsa first
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timers and we'll hear from them in a second
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but in the meantime we just want to show you a couple
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of ideas which we collected from some of our speakers
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uh and maybe some of you have already seen then that just in case you have and here we go
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congress these conventions last just a few days but what if they could occur everyday i'm jaded founder
00:30:53
of convincing and convert your transit best selling author keynote speaker and i'm happy to see
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you at i. c. c. a. fifty six congress in probably in november i couldn't be more
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excited i'm going to talk about the three hundred and sixty five day of that
00:31:08
how you can use digital content to engage your intended
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to participate in your organisation intervention every single day
00:31:17
with online content with video content with in the moment engagement
00:31:22
across social networks content marking but from them beyond
00:31:26
your car person to mention doesn't have to and when it ends it can last
00:31:30
all your want our brave specific examples of your relevant framework that
00:31:35
you can put in a pet is the very next day
00:31:38
in your organisation i cannot wait to bring the three hundred and sixty five day that
00:31:41
concept whew i'm j. they're also you the fifty six partners in paul in november
00:31:58
well my name is if yeah ah and i'm the c.
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one hundred hundred how we are best or two hours
00:32:05
and we're bills in sweden i'm from sweden and i'm
00:32:09
a former intelligence officer who ten years ago uh
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i decided that i wanted to help out in the some of the largest organisations in sweden
00:32:18
global corporations because they couldn't have enjoyed default huh potential a need it
00:32:24
they chewed and reached that adversity in a or create that increased environment to be
00:32:32
needed to succeed in their business so the last ten years i'm hardly notices them
00:32:37
and a hundred companies later i should say that i know that
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gets in the don'ts if you want diversity and inclusion
00:32:45
and you wanted to preserve business that has cell in my i. e. interactive session
00:32:51
in a word that will take place on november fourteenth between ten and
00:32:56
forty for i. e. converted i am and twelve fifty p. m.
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we will elaborate together and whatever's inclusion matter a business
00:33:07
and could lose the company's bottom line or a decision allow to basically
00:33:12
and then we will uh talk about what might be standard way because
00:33:15
there are things called brains and they're something common her just nice
00:33:20
sell we need to understand what ways we might you know
00:33:23
self consciously or unconsciously event sh t. you get that
00:33:28
adversity and increased cut to me once and also now
00:33:34
i wouldn't even get tips and tools and tricks
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if you want to have your own brain or if he even
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went to hunt around system organisational culture so you get ever
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see i'm still accent at home as many of you can
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attain as possible and i've seen you get it right
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and now from our speaker is in the room i do we have to make
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you have a mike ah okay let's do that any order
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out the slider elk yeah where you of classical come
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on let's do they could have wrong path i reckon we roll let's make contact with my contact quick
00:34:13
fantastic uh_huh so good morning everybody you get a chance to see me
00:34:18
but not only me also it's a liar right after lunch essentially i promise you won't fall asleep
00:34:24
because we will do it was stated that can't to is at page professional actually will teach you
00:34:30
hi ah to sell yourself any of this is that to say you will walk
00:34:35
away some concrete real straps and maybe in some surprises i know some
00:34:42
like surprises possibly will see it'll be quite a lot of fun now or not
00:34:48
but i didn't choose day and fortitude to
00:34:53
please join us for the incredible impacts what is that is
00:34:57
a great which actually you can best cities put up
00:35:01
whereas associations could actually in that great initiative it's
00:35:07
it's essentially act which is far beyond tourism
00:35:10
so if you're curious at i. n. which association when seven thousand five
00:35:15
hundred dollars that's what people think are when you join me
00:35:19
yeah and one let's say morning add ten days very
00:35:23
it's one bit from every perspective is what as it's like you could see why
00:35:29
it's a good reason of c. s. i. so having a forensic upright
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for um the when other it loser and the association
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perspective so i hope you little joyous thank you
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frank half over up
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i i think s. s. h. u. r. from had an s. l. a.'s from here you can power yeah sure
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and my name is and i work for the
00:36:02
european association for international education and men afternoon
00:36:07
you'll be able to ask you were burning questions to association professionals
00:36:11
anything you ever wanted to have fit everybody could because you weren't working relationship so maybe you want
00:36:17
to know why it takes me a you're gonna have to come back to a bit
00:36:20
or maybe you want to know why associations always try to negotiate on your cost of all of these questions
00:36:26
um monday afternoon at two thirty two associations in the shark tank and uh bring your shot brains
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thank you so much and
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yeah it's that's chi right i mean do you so i'm in the
00:36:40
german from the international society for professional innovation management is to shoot
00:36:46
um not to see the uh the three association we use get the uh the
00:36:50
first go telling people about the uh the sessions are gonna be running
00:36:54
so um as an association person we was good label as as
00:36:58
clients you know we don't particularly like that title beside them
00:37:02
um clients supplies actually rule about partnerships um so i'm be
00:37:07
speaking in a session on monday at four thirty
00:37:11
i remember the title uh use collaboration uh collaborative thinking on the ticket community
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um i'm gonna be speaking um about a case study
00:37:20
uh with the seat you full coca and how
00:37:24
we were able to work in partnership with the convention bureau to take an event the next year
00:37:28
um yeah i'm a christian so performs the van gogh
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like a bunch of your startup comes i can see you don't be shy and the
00:37:37
news being show i've i'm christian from piano roll you christian everybody knows christian
00:37:42
is over there also gonna be talking about their own case studies as well with up some of the problems is really cool
00:37:49
so you wanna know more about partnerships about collaborating comes was sessions can be really exciting and
00:37:55
you know we will uh make things happen because uh we got you know we we above coming to pick up because we
00:38:01
always get really good ideas um uh you're talking to everybody you see one of the main reasons why like coming
00:38:07
um that we come up with some some new ideas for some you events that we want to share with uh
00:38:12
with some of you guys as well sort of contraception thank you thank you e. and that there
00:38:18
are waiting for your for all that like r. e. i. use selling or or ah
00:38:28
uh_huh
00:38:30
hi i'm anna marie lombard punch it on twenty plus year veteran
00:38:36
in the meetings incentives conventions and events in history turn
00:38:41
yoga meditation mindful this instructor in coach um also have a
00:38:46
little radio show called units frequency that um speaks
00:38:50
about that topic but i'm here for the next we
00:38:54
now have so these actually facility i can make
00:38:57
mine's padding lounging on the second floor terrorists to be
00:39:01
how's that and sponsored by that's the gets convention and visitors bureau thank you so much
00:39:07
and what we are doing over there is pretty space for you to unplug
00:39:11
to explore your nice teeth into she are actually a few of those twos
00:39:17
into loans and i'm experienced it is that you have made to
00:39:23
integrate yoga meditation mindful this in c. you work to each of meeting it changes
00:39:30
um the hose dish the floor lounge is open
00:39:34
all day long but he was a facility little the i'm mindful myth
00:39:41
alright explorations meditations and am everything she or you'll get
00:39:46
that you can see you in you where it's
00:39:47
higher as it is a come by any time tomorrow we have um stations going on at eleven
00:39:54
three p. m. it's at work in and it ah it
00:39:59
all kinds of different starts it's really speaks to explore
00:40:03
i had to connect and stay here all these experiences i hope that's yeah thank you thank you
00:40:14
yeah i just want to share uh one of my personal experiences that when i was in one of
00:40:20
the congress he could progress is acting as sixteen i
00:40:24
realise we had asked feature list talking about
00:40:28
how you can improve your memory he's actually here this year as loud pop
00:40:32
grace uh if you want to have a couple of tapes on
00:40:36
how to improve your memory when you're talking business i'd definitely i session i would go to
00:40:42
um and he said hey how you know what and a is to my
00:40:47
mind when you meet somebody when your network when you meet new people
00:40:53
how important it is to step back for a second
00:40:58
and memorised who you've spoken to
00:41:03
memories something very particular about that hers and
00:41:07
about their looks about what their interests
00:41:10
are so i really encourage you uses
00:41:14
yeah uh connect mime body language
00:41:18
to do just that to unwind and envy energy eyes
00:41:23
your brain is very important it's impact program
00:41:27
and those few moments will help you tremendously um
00:41:32
make the most out of the entire program
00:41:36
i have to have a fancy then right look at three even
00:41:39
is ready to go thank you patrick wanting everyone molding
00:41:44
hi my name is even shoe and i'm scenic one partner
00:41:47
in managing director of a company coke on very
00:41:51
oh we choose the the woes lot use exactly so should mention company in the will o. move
00:41:59
and uh we have been operating in the pieces of what hoping companies to uh you select
00:42:04
to engage in between the talent of for the last seventy five use no oh
00:42:10
what i've heard from a a lot of view is that a bit
00:42:13
with the greatest challenge of who companies in the events in meeting industry is
00:42:18
finding the right people with the right skills to grow your business
00:42:22
and you know it doesn't matter how well you are able to run
00:42:25
you pieces but we don't have a pow who'll pool of talent
00:42:30
oh you know where there's one person or thousand people all the are going
00:42:35
to be serious limitations in how we can go to prison success
00:42:39
so in my session which is on tuesday of awarding a it's
00:42:42
a breakout session on good uh what you through on how
00:42:46
best you know and uh attract engage and retain your talent
00:42:50
to to part omens see older thank you very much
00:42:57
sell one now i asked uh several moderators professional moderators
00:43:03
who are working with speakers to get there
00:43:07
in uh in achieving that best result
00:43:11
session so one of the moderators mark time are trying i. u. i. u. c. yeah perfect
00:43:16
cool so it might rain doesn't actually do a session on it or
00:43:20
where is the only speaker badly well probably a little bit about
00:43:25
some of the sessions and how they are structure thank you yes um
00:43:30
it's gonna be for session total it's more we start out it's
00:43:34
four thirty to formal with predatory conferences don't if you're familiar with the term basis
00:43:41
uh i would suggest you come here if your an association but also
00:43:44
destination and generally interested in the term of perjury conferences because as far as
00:43:50
i understand right now it could be serious threats for your industry
00:43:54
uh i'm james make frosty will share is inside
00:43:57
his research and we're really looking for dialogue
00:44:02
we also a movie implementing some improvising and um
00:44:07
please come in to share your insights
00:44:09
as well so that's monday tuesday it would
00:44:13
be really interesting for destinations trying to
00:44:17
reese try to to use uh i'm seeking out actually message to
00:44:21
keep an message we have three cases forming washington d. c.
00:44:28
geneva and no one they all showed us specifics
00:44:33
which is tomorrow or tuesday at around eleven
00:44:37
and secondly on the tuesday we have
00:44:41
to to prove your events were all we share is knowledge experiences travels
00:44:47
to southwest of west uh several that dot coms
00:44:52
uh um the next web and see too
00:44:55
after that we can apply the knowledge in the second part
00:45:00
and actually to get a design corporation in new events
00:45:05
and what's interesting if you're working on a case right now or maybe you're working on a research project in your destination
00:45:12
please come to the second part as well you can bring your own
00:45:15
case and build on each other's knowledge i walk away with actually
00:45:19
new ideas and insights fruity thanks thank you so much but i
00:45:25
and then
00:45:27
a small army here in the uh
00:45:33
i am good morning everybody i'm curious to hear this year
00:45:40
has made excuses personally or professionally can additional hands
00:45:47
okay that's what i'm gonna be talking about tomorrow morning at ten
00:45:51
forty five may change is not excuses in your mind
00:45:55
i deleted which my knife i walk across the world over the last twenty five
00:46:00
years that's what i'm bringing tomorrow i'm bringing some tapes practical how to
00:46:06
use because you know it doesn't flaunt than what i come up again small
00:46:11
room where is sometimes we do get
00:46:14
elsewhere only sometimes leaflet please
00:46:19
yesterday ended last minute but we're still paying it into g. still
00:46:25
it's not me to let people think it's into the does
00:46:28
it it's if you may change is not excuses in your life i
00:46:32
see tomorrow morning here at ten forty fine painted face sometimes
00:46:41
let's nicely into the session actually probably doing on tuesday morning rave and they're fantastic what
00:46:47
each one of those that's it's it's really private to tell you but a the
00:46:51
fantastic session and it's the best marketing word so for those of
00:46:56
you who've never been here before it k. every year
00:47:00
whatever they request for the members to choose the best example of their marketing
00:47:06
and on live on stage but presentations right
00:47:10
and the interesting thing about the presentation is just like the real picture you get this even participate
00:47:16
but you also get to vote because fifty percent of the votes for the winner
00:47:20
of this most prestigious award come from you the audience so please at
00:47:25
nine o'clock do not miss the best marketing board look forward to seeing you
00:47:30
and also don't go to all those little stations as well so
00:47:35
thank you again ah speakers who have and contributed to um and they're paid given their pages
00:47:41
this morning however now it is back to you
00:47:45
remember always talk about connect emerson sure
00:47:49
now it's back to you but now i have a really good amount of time all the
00:47:54
way until the bright that is between fifteen and twenty minutes if i if i seen
00:47:59
the clock right it's up to you name he up my hands which sessions have have
00:48:05
you planned to attend and then after hearing dates have you change your mind
00:48:10
you have the meeting sabbath day you can choose your own program
00:48:15
there are between seven and nine perilous ash headings at each time slot
00:48:22
i mean there is bound to be sound conflict chime in c. with ending your group
00:48:28
you can find a body you can see a share dissension wave and
00:48:31
and uh you catch up during break or lines and sharing out
00:48:37
so now it's back to you please connect if which sessions you're
00:48:42
going to go i'll what questions you want to ask
00:48:47
what are your expectations from their sessions it will help you tremendously when
00:48:53
you come back into the office or e. then when you
00:48:56
an alignment for quick la land in the lounge
00:49:00
in the comic mine lounge that to
00:49:03
see how has this session met my expectations me i didn't make a good choices
00:49:10
so all i have to be make a better choice next time just to see
00:49:15
which session will meet my objectives so it's over to you do
00:49:19
you share within your group which sections you will go to

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