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The Power of Participation

Why you should buy The Power of Participation | Reviews | Table of Contents | Five sample chapters

Summary description: Smart presenters and meeting organizers integrate experiential learning and peer connection into every session at their events. This book tells you how to do it. Buy The Power of Participation: Creating Conferences That Deliver Learning, Connection, Engagement, and Action to learn why it is so important to incorporate participant action into your events, what you need to know to create meeting environments that support and encourage participation, and when and how to use this extensive compendium of specific, detailed techniques to radically improve your sessions and meetings.

Conferences That Work

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Summary description: Conferences That Work: Creating Events That People Love is the classic guide to participant-driven and participation-rich events. Clearly written, the book condenses over 30 years experience designing, convening, and facilitating conferences into an information-packed step-by-step guide to a proven design for creating remarkable, productive, participant-driven and participation-rich conferences that people love. Included free with each purchase is a supplement that contains important improvements and updates to the book since its publication in 2009.


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Dang, that was one fun, productive, participatory conference…Adrian certainly helped me remember that the greatest resource is always the people in the room.

— Chapin Spencer, Conference evaluation
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