We all have those moments that stand out in our careers. Our dream promotion, succeeding at tackling a massive project; just something that brings back Special leads that feeling of seeing your report card hung on the fridge with pride. For me, it was being part of the team for one of Adobe’s largest events – Summit. Being responsible for content strategy for virtual events Special leads means the 16-25 weeks prior to Summit are always jam-packed. Truthfully, it’s an environment I thrive in.
So it came as no surprise that when the news of Summi Special leads t becoming a virtual hit, it stopped me in my tracks. The rumor was no longer a rumor, and I saw a challenge the size of Everest in front of us. We had about 25 days to tackle this and from an event-rush junkie point of view, it was worth it. With that being said, no event, online or in-person, is perfect. We had Special leads our peaks and valleys, and we’ve learned a lot from it. So Special leads it is, the five do’s and don’ts when turning your event virtual: 1.
Do: Be an advocate for your speakers. Don’t let your speakers Special leads be the low man on the totem pole of priorities. This isn’t their job; they are offering up their time and energy to help your event. Overcommunication with speakers is the number one rule. If you don’t have an answer – tell them that. If things are still in flux, your speaker should know that. Special leads In addition, be the advocate your speakers need you to be. If you’re sitting in planning meetings and you know something won’t be a