Great speakers make for great conferences
Bo Mitchell is one of the foremost emergency preparedness consultants in the country, with hundreds of presentations under his belt.
Yet when it comes to a successful presentation, a knowledgeable speaker is only half the battle.
Some presenters adopt a “nothing but the facts” approach. While these presentations may be technically accurate and contain important information, they often bore and numb attendees, leaving them empty-handed.
Bo presents expert strategies with a rare combination of fact, humor, “from the front lines” stories, and learn-it-and-use-it concepts that engages audience members and leaves them wanting more.
Presentations custom-built for your audience
Bo recognizes every audience is different and tailors his topics and content to the people he’s addressing.
He merges big-picture ideas with the actual needs of your organization, providing information your audience will relate to in the context of subjects they need to understand.
Here are some of the topics covered in Bo’s talks:
- Protecting Your People and Your Posterior: What are the Standards for Creating Your Emergency Plan?
- Great Plans Are a Smart Thing; Training Is Everything!
- Your Workplace’s Emergency Team
- 17 Mistakes Made in Emergency Plans & How to Avoid & Correct Them
- Tabletop Exercises
- What Every Company Leader Should Know
- What Terrorism Means to Your Organization
- Custom Presentations
And many more! If you need a specific subject addressed, Bo will build a custom presentation to suit your needs.
Always well received
Attendee satisfaction is critical for a successful conference that keeps people coming back year after year.
Bo has been invited to speak at over 50 major conferences, from FEMA to the WSO. His presentations are so successful he often gets invited back the next year.
He has spoken at the NFPA National Convention twice, the Disaster Recovery Journal National Convention twice, and the Northeast Disaster Recovery Information X-change three times, to name a few.
Take a look at his speaking engagements.