Take advantage of changeTM

Meet IN The Moment

In designing a conference or an event, hosting a meeting or a Town Hall, we have to recognize that it will not take place in isolation, not in 2020. When we invite people to join us and to bring their “whole-selves” we must factor in that also means that we are inviting the mess swirling around us, near and far.

People are attending the meeting from where they are. People are meeting from their homes; from their living rooms, bedrooms and make-shift desks. People are meeting in the middle of their messy, complex, busy lives yet, we want their attention.

We are meeting in the middle of a health crisis, a financial crisis, a human crisis. We are meeting during a pandemic and civil unrest; we are meeting while people are shouting to be heard; Black Lives DO Matter and #MeToo!

As we are meeting the conversation is changing, the script is changing. We can no longer meet the way we used to.

We need to Meet IN the Moment.

We need to recognize that the moment matters and invite it in. We need to meet about what is relevant now, we need to Be Ready, Be Brave and Be Bold.  We need to be part of the conversation especially if we want to change the conversation (or risk being muted).

This means that we need to design with meaning and with intent. We need to create the creative, safe spaces where bold conversations can survive. We need to be willing to poke and provoke, to challenge and cajole and we need to listen, really listen to what is being said and what is not spoken.

In order to have relevance we need to be relevant and that means that IF we are meeting we need to Meet IN the Moment we are in.

Business moves

too fast

to be scripted.”

Jennifer Spear

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Rave Reviews

“Jennifer is a complete professional who is a joy to work with.

I now have her on speed-dial.”
Bettyanne Sherrer, CMP, CMM

Principal, ProPlan Conferences & Events Planner, VIPlane

“As our keynote, Jennifer was outstanding in connecting with our employees and inspiring them to embrace change and be ready for the unexpected.”
Joanne Lafreniere

Director, Employee Technology Experience & Communications, BMO Financial Group

“…I walked out of the session with several solutions to a problem that had kept me awake the night before. How many times does your Monday morning start out like that?”
Allan Dubyts, CEO

SafeandSecured.com Inc

“Not only does Jennifer provide memorable, informative sessions, but she has audiences laughing, standing, and participating at an unprecedented level.”
Danielle Lamothe, Director Professional Services (former)

Institute for Performance and Learning (formerly CSTD)

“Jennifer delivers not only a keynote presentation, but an experience for participants with tools they can use in their work environment.”
Irene Martin-Lindsay, Executive Director

Alberta Seniors Communities and Housing Association (ASCHA)

“Regardless of the space or time constrictions we may have placed upon her, Jennifer was able to adapt her content to our audience and our event while still managing to deliver superior results.”
Danielle Lamothe, Director Professional Services (former)

Institute for Performance and Learning (formerly CSTD)