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Participant-Led Meetings: A Case Study

Participant-Led Meetings: A Case Study

Tuesday, February 4, 2014 @ 1 p.m EST / 10 a.m PT

Adrian Segar, a leader in the field of participant-driven meetings, will share his experience facilitating the 2013 Vermont Vision for a Multicultural Future conference, which brought together leaders from business, government, education, and nonprofit organizations with the goal of creating environments free of prejudice and discrimination. The attendees created the agenda and priorities for the meeting. Segar and his client, Curtiss Reed, will share techniques they used to design, organize, and facilitate the event. Session will include time for Q&A. About the Presenters: Adrian Segar, author of Conferences That Work: Creating Events That People Love, has 30 years of experience creating participation-rich meetings with creative formats like this one. Curtiss Reed, Jr., is executive director of Vermont Partnership for Fairness and Diversity, a nonprofit, nonpartisan, research, educational, and advocacy organization dedicated to building inclusive and equitable communities throughout New England.


Adrian Segar
- Curtiss Reed

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Attendees can earn .5 clock hour of continuing education credit toward their CMP certification or recertification application.

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