Die Convention der Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA) findet vom 08.-10. April 2022 in Pretoria statt. Es geht u.a. um die unvergleichliche Stärke, Innovationen, Langlebigkeit, Mitgefühl und die grenzenlose Widerstandsfähigkeit des Rednerberufs.
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The PSASA 2022 convention is being held at the African Pride Irene Country Lodge in Centurion, Gauteng, South Africa from the 8th to the 10th April 2022.
The theme is ’The Power of US’.
THE POWER OF US defines the present and future of the speaking profession, where speakers from all walks of life come together to collaborate, co-create and create a community.
A speaking community that shows unity, longevity, inclusion, diversity, compassion and resilience of the speaking profession.
The PSASA “Power of Us” Convention 2022:
Will help you build stronger connections in your speaking journey
Will celebrate our African-ness, culture, values, and principles of Ubuntu
Will recognise the old while embracing and navigating the new norms
Will create a space for you to spend quality time with other speakers around the world
Will encourage you to be part of a community where members truly support and do not compete
Will help you to leverage other speakers’ experiences and networks through collaboration
Will inspire you to co-create with other speakers to truly embrace “The Power of Us”
The convention will be an in-person event, an event where you will truly experience human connection and the true essence of what the “Power of Us” can do!
We have a fantastic line up of live and virtual speakers from different countries around the world, as well as some of the best speakers in South Africa.
At the event you will be required to let down your hair, have fun, engage, participate, learn, grow and create lifetime memories.
It’s time to re-energise your speaking career by collaborating and co-creating with quality connections, it’s time to be part of something greater, to be part of a community, a family.
Book your seat NOW as there is limited seating due to Covid.