Jolene is the Audience's Liaison
A great host makes all the difference in the success of the event. The best way to get people to pay attention and retain value is get them involved. Jolene’s team building and entertainment skills come into play to intrigue and entice the crowd be a part of the action.
Inject positive energy to your event and conference in order make your content stick. Hire Jolene to host and emcee your event. She will infuse fun and towering levels of interaction. In her twenty years of business, she has built a remarkable suite of hosting tools to entice people to pay attention because she makes them curious. Once they are locked in, they stay with the program because its enlivening and they feel like they are part of the community.
Retaining information is much easier when you or your colleague are part of the explanation. A laugh here and there helps anchor those points to memory. She has a plethora of techniques to win over the Debbie Downers and amplify the influencers.
Regarding your presenters, you can’t always know if they will be spectacular. Your insurance is to pour Jolene in between the sessions to spark and refuel the crowd with energy before heading to perhaps the next talking head.
A known method to retain what you learned is to talk about it and share it. Jolene has many ways to help people warehouse their new information.
On occasion you have access to an expert, but he/she is not a speaker, but you want their information. If you have them speak to your group, he/she will bore them to tears with too many details. Jolene can help you extract the information the audience wants to know. She, essentially is the liaison to the audience.
Can you imagine the value to your sponsors when people remember the sponsors and introduce themselves to them? This type of magic, Jolene creates by simply connecting to their human side. She represents the audience and bridges the gap to the sponsor. People connect to people. They don’t want to be blatantly pitched too. For example, to spotlight the sponsor, she brings the sponsor to the stage and talks with him/her about them and the product/service. It’s a chat, not a pitch. Jolene has done her due diligence and knows what the audience is interested in. She ask the questions the audience will want to know and she brings out the sponsors personality. The participants perceive the sponsors as people, not merely people hawking their wares.