Date: 25 Feb 2019

Webinar - Public speaking, with a focus on BA Conference Europe 

Have you considered public speaking? It can be a challenge but the benefits are broad, extending across many areas such as career growth, personal development, and inspiring others.

The call for speakers has been made for Business Analysis Conference Europe 2019. We are running this webinar to provide an insight into what it is like to speak at such a conference, including the specifics for preparing to speak at the BA Conference. We have a conference organising committee member who will provide guidance on what the selection panel look for, and what steps help to ensure the talk is well received by the attendees. We also have a regular conference speaker, providing an insight from the perspective of a speaker. We will allow plenty of time for audience questions.

If you are considering public speaking for the first time, or want to submit a talk for the Business Analysis Conference Europe, this webinar will give you valuable insight. The deadline for submitting to speak is Friday 1st March. The speaker guidelines and registration can be accessed at Speaker Guidelines: Business Analysis Conference Europe.

 

Andrew P Turner

Andrew Turner is a highly skilled and solution focussed senior business analyst. He has significant experience in consulting roles delivering both technology and business-focussed change programmes, across a broad business spectrum but especially the insurance sector. He is currently building a start-up, leveraging a patent for protecting personal data across data jurisdictions. Andrew is an accomplished conference speaker, an elected board member for IIBA UK, and a member of the organising committee for the Business Analysis Conference Europe.

 

Dr Liz Calder

Dr Liz Calder's experience ranges from leading cross-functional and global teams in large organizations to being part of a small digital agency team, with clients from the science, life-science and education sectors.  Whatever the environment she knows that what makes a project a success is the combination of good project practice and getting the best from the people in your project. She is passionate about making sure that all stakeholders get the most out of a new system or website and uses insights from the fields of psychology & behavioral economics to push for the best outcomes for all involved. Liz is Director of Blue Raccoon Ltd, a Business Analysis consultancy, and blogs at her site blueraccoon.co.uk/articles. She is also IIBA UK Communities Director for the North and Scotland.

 

 


 



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