I’m not an emcee. I’m a content weaver.
Yup, a corporate emcee is a valuable addition to your conference. We keep the energy going. We set up the audience so they are ready to LEARN from the next speaker. We are there to make sure the pacing is good. And that we stay on time.
But wouldn’t be it be cooler if your emcee did more? What if they connected the dots for your attendees — helping them to make sense of the information they are receiving by connecting the General Session to the 2nd Breakout to the Closing Session?
That’d be funny. That’d be useful. That’d be a great idea. That’s be…me.
Content Weaver is what we call it. Check out this short video to explain.
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CORPORATE EMCEE: THE ROLES AND WHAT ONE SHOULD KNOW
A corporate emcee, MC or master of ceremonies is a person who officiates at events such as weddings, social functions and other corporate events. The work of an emcee is an exciting one and anyone interested in this line of work should know several things in order to do the job effectively and efficiently. He should be able to know the specific roles related to the job so that he can be able to oversee the progress of the event smoothly and without any hitches. Some of the practices that an emcee should keep in mind are:
- Know your role
A corporate emcee should be able to recognise his role and be able to carry his responsibilities accordingly. Not only should he be aware of his tasks but should also be able to connect his roles with the specific event he’s officiating.
- Know the speakers and introduce them accordingly
A good emcee should know each of the speakers at the event by name and by face so that he can be able to introduce them to the audience without mistakes or errors.
- Know the schedule and keep the event on schedule
A good master of ceremonies should keep time and ensure that the event goes on smoothly and seamlessly. He should be able to adjust breaks and event transitions when he realises that the event is behind schedule.
- Know the content of the event
The role of an emcee is not confined to introductions of speakers only. A good emcee should be knowledgeable on the subject matter of the event so that he can connect with the program and even comment appropriately
- Know the audience
The age group and the type of audience at the event should be kept in mind by an emcee so that he can present the program and any other activities accordingly.
- Keep the audience energized
A good corporate emcee should be able to read the mood of the audience and be able to make them focused on the event. He should be able to integrate an energizing activity when the attendees become too bored and calm them down when they are too excited.
- Tie everything together
The role of an emcee is to ensure that all programs at the event progress smoothly and the sequence of the programs is seamless.
When an aspiring emcee keeps all this in mind, then he is sure of delivering a seamless event program and thereby increasing his prospects as a successful emcee.
Brad Montgomery is a business speaker and emcee. He uses hard-hitting humor (and his dashing good looks) to make sure that your people stay engaged. He works with you to geset up your ENTIRE meeting for success? Looking for an emcee to energize your audience? Like to get the most out of your motivational speaker by having him double up as the MC? Yay. I like that too. Give us a call at 303.691.0726 and we’ll plan how to customize and event just for you.