SAC Learning Accelerator Lab: Amy Segami
February 27 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm PST- various fees
A SAC Learning Accelerator Lab
Amy Segami: Talking TED: The Process, Production, and Performance
TED Talks provide credibility and visibility globally. It’s a great way for thought leaders to spread their ideas worldwide. However, not all TED Talks are of the same quality.
This interactive workshop will give you the tools you need to create an effective thought leadership piece by crafting and producing an outstanding TED Talk.
Workshop leader Amy Segami is a trusted advisor for TEDxChicago. After speaking at the inaugural TEDx in Atlanta, she founded and produced TEDxIIT—the longest-running independently organized TED event in Chicago—and continues to develop and deliver outstanding TED Talks.
Amy has worked with hundreds of international speakers—from scientists to entrepreneurs who speak on the round red carpet. Through her insights and proven process, she demystifies what it takes to have a TED Talk mindset and be an effective TED or TEDx event speaker.
Session goals and takeaways:
- Pitch your TED Talk effectively
- Craft your TED Talk professionally
- Deliver your TED Talk successfully
This is an interactive hands-on Zoom workshop that will be limited to no more than 10 participants. Attendees should have watched at least three TED Talks prior to the workshop.
About the Speaker:
Amy Lee Segami is an engineer turned artist, entrepreneur and international marketing executive featured on BBC, NPR, Chicago Crain’s Business and TED Blog. Born in China, raised in Hong Kong, and educated in the US, her life’s work is mastering the complexity of change. As a business consultant and keynote speaker, she provides valuable insights into leadership and innovation. She is the winner of the SAC Emerging Consultant Advancing Consultant Award 2019.
SAC Members: $79