Conference alert: Learn how to write a TED talk

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We host the only annual training event for speechwriters and executive communicators. Don’t miss it this March!

By Ragan Staff | Posted: January 29, 2015

Are you a speechwriting veteran who has logged thousands of hours writing brilliant talks for executives and politicians?

Maybe you’re new to speechwriting and are intimidated by the speakers you’re writing for.

No matter your skill level, join us in Washington, D.C., from March 10-11, 2015, for the “2015 Speechwriters and Executive Communicators Conference.”

This is the only annual conference dedicated to the challenges you face as a speechwriter and executive communicator. With sessions that speak to all experience levels—and provide multiple networking opportunities—you’ll leave this conference with real solutions that will impress co-workers and executives alike.

Don’t waste any time. Register here!

Choose from two specialized tracks, Speechwriting Basics and Advanced Speechwriting, to learn how to:

  • Distill your “ideas worth spreading” into a compelling TED talk.
  • Develop and strengthen the writer-speaker relationship.
  • Turn boring statistics and tedious concepts into vibrant takeaways.
  • Tell stories in every speech.
  • Coach your speakers to make points clearly and convincingly.
  • Tie thought leadership to your organization’s bottom line.
  • And much more.

See the full agenda here, and reserve your seat today!

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