Summit at Sea
November 9-12, 2016
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Speaker Guidelines

 

Welcome!

We're honored that you will be joining us s a featured speaker at what will be our most inspiring and impactful event to date.

Below you will find guidelines that will help you develop the content and delivery for your talk.

We look forward to seeing you in Miami!

 

Be the spark.

Be the spark.

Your talk has the power to ignite a fire in some of the most influential people on the planet.
 

Just do you.

Just do you.

Everyone here already believes in what you do -- no need to advertise your company, book, or need for funding. Instead share your story, your ethos, your passion, and how these impact your work. 

Respect the clock.

Respect the clock.

If you're part of a group discussion, remember that the conversation is most powerful when everyone has their chance to speak. If you're presenting on stage, you show the most respect for your audience by honoring the clock and leaving time for Q&A. 

Provide a map and a compass.

Provide a map and a compass.

It's not enough to just wow the crowd. Give them the tools to integrate what they've learned into their own lives when they return to land. 

Make it intimate.

Make it intimate.

The most impactful sessions are often the ones with smaller groups. People don't come to Summit to sit quietly—they come to participate. Your job: engage the room.

Have fun!

Have fun!

Above all, don't forget your smile! You're at Summit at Sea to make lifelong friends and positively impact those around you.

Have questions?

Have questions?

Please contact us here →

RSVP for welcome dinner.

RSVP for welcome dinner.

While the event officially begins Wednesday November 9th, we invite you to join us for a private dinner for speakers, performers, and artists on Tuesday, November 8th before we set sail.

Click here to RSVP →