Looking for a keynote or presentation that uses data to shine a light on visitor engagement trends?

You’ve come to the right place.

I enjoy speaking with groups and sharing information to help cultural organizations better understand their audiences. Here’s a bit of basic information about the kinds of speaking engagements that I carry out.

 

Formats and pricing

I enjoy conducting keynotes and carrying out speaking engagements tailored to a group’s area of interest. I’m also happy to bring data to present to communities outside of a formal conference. Examples of talks include keynotes, guest lectures for graduate and undergraduate classes, and speaking engagements to professional organizations and communities outside of conferences.

If you’re interested in learning more about interactive workshops, you can find more information on those offerings here.

 

Keynote topic areas

Thanks to the breadth and depth of National Awareness, Attitudes, and Usage Study, we are able to cover a broad range of topics. Items on the Know Your Own Bone website provide a sense of the kind of information that we are able to pull and provide. I can expand upon nearly any article featured on this website. The most popular keynotes and lectures that I am currently asked to provide are about:

  • Key trends in engaging visitors onsite and offsite
  • Overcoming cognitive biases in order to run a data-driven cultural organization
  • How social media/digital engagement/technology impacts the onsite/offsite experience
  • Why people who report interest in visiting do not come, and what we know about them
  • Critical trends in membership and cultivating support
  • The data-informed importance of connection within cultural organizations – to people, content, and an organization’s mission
  • Engaging millennials

 

Interested? Great!

I’d love to learn more about how I may best be of service to you. Please fill out the form below and our rockstar KYOB Coordinator, Bethany Corriveau Gotschall, will send along a Speaking Information Form and we’ll take it from there!