Look Who's Talking: Contracts for Speakers

Meeting executives hire speakers to educate or to entertain; the best speakers do both. It has become common practice for organizations that retain speakers, be they professional or volunteer, to enter into agreements with them outlining the terms under which their presentations will be made.

While terms can vary, such an agreement should incorporate certain basic provisions, which can be modified as necessary. A model speaker's agreement should address the following: compensation of

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