A speaker is the most important person in your audience. A great speaker can keep an audience’s attention for hours. A bad speaker will turn them off in minutes. The key to finding a great speaker is knowing what you’re looking for, and then taking the time to find exactly that.
Hiring a Speaker
You should ask yourself two questions when you are looking for your next speaker: What do I want to learn? And who can teach it?
Speaker: The Equipment
To ensure that the person you’ll be hired will be heard clearly, you need to have high-quality speakers.
If this is your first time buying one, ask questions like will this speaker be loud enough for everyone in my office? Is it too quiet? Are there any background noises that might be louder than the speaker? How clear will my voice sound?
The second thing to consider is whether or not the speaker should have a screen. Some people choose to add a screen to their speakers, which allows them to display images.