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How to build a TEDx all-star team
Transcript of How to build a TEDx all-star team
Don't be afraid to entrust people something they have never tried before. Uncover new talents and learn "on-the-fly". Grow together.
Invite great people to become part of the team.
Do not outsource unless you know that you are on the same wave-length with the professional supplier.
Do not outsource communication and PR.
Make impotant decisions together, carry out assignments in small teams.
Share as much as possible.
Keep the Team Small
Make sure you can sit around one table.
Make sure everybody knows everyone in person.
Share Positive Energy
Talk about HOW.
Support each other.
Trust each other.
Learn from each other.
Praise, Apologise and Forgive.
First think about the responsibilities
you need to cover
Fundraising & Partners
Venue & Technical Production
PR and Marketing
Team Management & Support
... something else?
How to build a
assuming you have a bunch of open-minded people willing to work for free, learn and grow together
Addressing potential speakers
Collecting materials from speakers
Logistics (traveling, accommodation, expenses)
Contact with media, interviews
commitments & follow up
Design & Graphics
might be useful to outsource this
social media banners
care for sponsor's logos
PR & Marketing
Documentation & Photography
What are the key areas and what issues are part of them?
dedicate a special team to this
Roles & Responsibilities
Milestones and Deadlines
New members addmitance
*outsource a professional coach
Greetings from TEDxPrague, Czech Republic!
Repeatedly review your commitments
Hopes & Desires