What Do Presenters Need to Supply?
What kind of work does it require of you? Well, my goal is to make this all as easy peasy lemon squeezy so we can all have a blast while providing great value and growing our businesses.
1. Basic Information
The first things I need from is super basic so I can finish up our registration page and Meet the Presenters page.
This information includes things like:
-Title of Presentation
Once you give me the thumbs up that you’re in, I’ll send you a link where you can upload all this information easily.
2. Presentation Slot Scheduled
The next thing I’ll need is for you to schedule your presentation slot! The list of times available will be provided in a broadcast e-mail to all of our presenters and times will be first come, first serve!
While your presentation will be pre-recorded, you should still be available to answer questions in the Facebook Group during your time slot to answer questions and connect with attendees. During this slot, once your presentation has had time to air, you’ll also be able to jump into a live encore and to answer any great questions that weren’t answered in your presentation. (These Facebook lives will also be added to the Summer Self-Care Conference All Access Pass).
Next up is your presentation! This is a 15 - 30 minute pre-recorded presentation that is meant to be more friendly and casual than perfect and structured. We want our attendees to gain the valuable information we have but also have fun!
Please structure your content in a way that allows attendees to walk away feeling like they have the tools to start creating a self-care plan that is authentic to them in their professional or personal life. Think of it more like a workshop. This should not be a webinar where they feel like they're missing something that they need to buy from you as soon as possible.
With that being said, you have your choice of the following presentation formats:
Slides/Other Presentation Format
No slides (just your gorgeous/handsome face)
A mixture of the two
Your presentation should include great, actionable content. Here’s the suggested format:
-A quick introduction
-An overview of your topic
-Where people go wrong with your topic and tend to overcomplicate it
-Specific action steps (with the goal of teachers being able to implement this immediately)
-Up to a 3-minute pitch
-Include questions for attendees to answer in the Facebook Group throughout to boost engagement
Presentations are due by Friday, July 2nd, 2021.
Find a PDF download with all this info here.
4. ALL ACCESS PASS Contribution
The Summer Self-Care Conference All-Access Pass will be a huge addition to the presentations we’re running. To make it even more valuable, I’ll ask each of you to provide one resource to add. This includes things like:
Courses (big or small)
Note: I expect this to convert well so I do not recommend contributing any 1:1 offers.
It’s totally up to you to decide whether you’d like to create something new or provide something you already have. While this isn’t required, it’s highly encouraged that you participate.
Information for these resources is due on Friday, July 2nd, 2021. You'll receive a questionnaire to fill out closer to that time to make passing the information to me nice and simple.
The power of an online conference comes from a group of experts coming together for a single cause. The joint promotion that happens because of that is a huge benefit to everyone involved.
Presenters are expected to oromote the conference on at least 2 platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Clubhouse, Pinterest, Tiktok, Youtube etc.) weekly leading up to the conference beginning July 2nd, 2021
You’ll want to share using your affiliate link (which will be sent in the first broadcast e-mail to presenters) so you can get in on the 30% commission that will come from any Summer Self-Care Conference All-Access Pass sales.
You’ll find swipe copy and graphics in the Resource Vault that will be shared in the first broadcast e-mail to presenters.
6. Live Participation
During the event, since we’ll already have done the work of creating the presentations and extra resources, we’ll be able to sit back and relax. Presenters should participate in interacting on the Facebook group or other social media by commenting, liking, etc. other presenter's posts and attendee's questions in order to boost engagement.
While you are not required to attend the events of other speakers, it’s highly encouraged! We’ll be able to get some great discussions going about the topics being presented.