Keynote Speaker Tamsen Webster On Using Humor In Speeches

Keynote Speaker Tamsen Webster On Using Humor In Speeches

In this excerpt from International Speakers Summit, keynote speaker Tamsen Webster shares what we can learn from Sir Ken Robinson's TED Talk about using humor in a speech. To watch the full interview get your Free Pass HERE.

What we cover in the full interview:

  • Discovering your 'red thread'
  • Why great ideas are built, not found
  • How to craft a TEDTalk


Part "idea whisperer," part message strategist, and part recovering marketer, Tamsen Webster helps people and organizations like Verizon, State Street Bank, Ericsson, Johnson & Johnson, and Disney find and communicate the power of their ideas. She is the Executive Producer of TEDxCambridge, one of the oldest and largest locally organized “TED talk” events in the world and a sought-after presentation consultant. In former lives, she worked in both agencies and at nonprofits heading up brand, marketing, and fundraising communication strategy, along with a brief but enduring turn as a change management consultant. She was a reluctant marathoner...twice; is a winning ballroom dancer (in her mind); and everything she knows about people, speaking, and change, she learned at Weight Watchers. True story.

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