Vil du gerne være en del af et internationalt taleskrivningsnetværk og udveksle erfaringer med europæiske taleskrivere? Så tag med, når The UK Speechwrithers’ Guild samler europæiske taleskrivere til konference i Bruxelles d. 19.-20. september 2013. Hør bl.a. hvordan du kan bruge humor i en tale.
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Invitation fra arrangørerne:
Invitation to clients of Rhetor to attend the first European Speechwriter Network conference in Brussels
On 19 & 20 September, we’re moving the annual UK Speechwriters’ Guild conference from Bournemouth to Brussels.
We’re offering a special €50 discount to any clients of Rhetor. Just go to http://europeanspeechwriters.eventbrite.co.uk/ and put ‘Rhetor’ into the promotion code box.
We’ve now finalised the line-up of speakers for this event in the Résidence Palace.
The speakers will include Luuk van Middelaar, speechwriter to the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, who will be speaking about the ideas that went into his new book The Passage to Europe.
Creators of the YouTube hit, Busting the Mehrabian Myth, Martin Shovel and Martha Leyton will be running a one-day Nuts & Bolts of speechwriting session on the eve of the conference at the Résidence Palace.
Amélie Crosson has been a speechwriter for the Canadian Prime Minister and the Bank of Canada. Amélie is a trilingual communications expert with 20 years’ experience helping speakers deliver strong and compelling messages in what may be their second language.
Jonathan Parish, senior speechwriter to the NATO Secretary General, will be talking about strategies for handling international audiences.
Dr Max Atkinson, former speechwriter to Paddy Ashdown, and author of Lend Me Your Ears, will speak about his experience of training speechwriters working in international organisations.
Mia Doonaert, distinguished foreign correspondent and will speak about the challenges of working on foreign policy speeches for the Belgian Prime Minister, Yves Leterme.
David Murray, from the American publication, Vital Speeches of the Day, will be interpreting clips of the best speeches by politicians and business leaders in the past few years.
Rune Kier Nielsen, speechwriter from Denmark, will be talking about how to create a social media buzz around a speech.
Professor Richard Toye, from Exeter University, who will be speaking about how Churchill’s rhetorical techniques can be applied to contemporary speeches. Richard will publish his new book, The Roar of the Lion: The Untold Story of Churchill’s World War II Speeches, in the autumn.
British humorist, Fred Metcalf, who has written for David Frost, John Kerry and John Major, as well as being the author of the Biteback Book of Political Quotations will be explaining about how to use quotations effectively.
The event will be chaired by Washington-based communications consultant, Denise Graveline, editor of The Eloquent Woman blog.
For more information about the European Speechwriter Network, go to http://www.europeanspeechwriters.org