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When Good Speakers Go Bad

September 5, 2011 By Editor

What to do when your speaker becomes a liability
by Leo Jakobson – Successful Meetings

Meetings take a lot of planning and organization to get all the elements to come together in the right way. If you’ve scheduled a speaker, you’ve undoubtedly checked on his or her track record to vet your talent properly. But sometimes, despite your best efforts, that speaker you counted on as a prime part of your event can become embroiled in a controversy that makes his or her presence less than desirable. What do you do then?

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