Event Profs, Become Effective Zookeepers With The QEII Zoo!

Event Profs, Become Effective Zookeepers With The QEII Zoo!

A new event has been announced by the QEII conference centre that aims to help event professionals build more effective teams and more more imaginative events. The event is due to take place on the 27th September and features leading motivational speaker and performance coach Nigel Risner. According to a recent press release, he believes that, “…people’s personalities are linked to one of four animals, organisers will learn how to tame the lions and manage the playful monkeys, address the analytical elephants and nurture the dolphins.

“As each animal responds to different communication strategies, it will also dispel the myth that conferences and events need to follow a set format but instead show how they can, with subtle changes, bring the best out of each characteristic.”

The press release goes on to quote Diane Waldron, sales and marketing director of the QEII Centre…

“As the QEII has 32 very different spaces that can be transformed for a whole host of events, we’re always keen to innovate and look at how things can be done differently. QE Zoo will not only do that, but it will offer event planners a thought-provoking strategy to help their own teams thrive. They’ll also discover the art of approaching and networking with each of the animals as well as stimuli and tricks to ensure no cages are rattled!”

The 7-floor QEII Centre offers 32 adaptable conference and events spaces, with capacity for up to 1,300 theatre style in a single room. World-class facilities for high profile conferences, conventions, exhibitions and corporate events have capacity for up to 2,500 delegates. Around 400 national and international events are hosted there each year. The centre sits opposite World Heritage Site, Westminster Abbey.

The full press release is available by clicking the download button below.

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