This post has three parts.
In the first part, What makes a good conference today? I explain my interest in this topic and my aims in writing about it.
In the second part, Ten reasons I decided to attend the Third European Conference on Integral Consciousness, I present my ten reasons.
In the third and final part of the post, I suggest four questions we can ask as part of the process of deciding whether or not it will be useful to us to attend a conference (or any event that involves time, energy and expense).
In the next post I will review Gihan Perera’s recently republished and rewritten e-book, The Future of Conferences: Ten Things Great Conference Organisers Do Differently.
What makes a good conference today?
This is the first of a series of posts on what makes a good conference today?
Two things inspired me to write on conferences.
I thought it would be of interest to examine my ideas of what makes a good conference, then read Gihan’s take on ‘Ten Things Great Conference Organisers Do Differently’ and, finally, in the light of my updated understanding of what makes a great conference, report on my personal experience of attending the upcoming Integral Consciousness Conference, ‘Allies in Evolution’.
The aim is to help myself and you, my readers, to get more benefit from the conferences we attend by:
10 Reasons why I decided to attend the Third European Conference on Integral Consciousness
To kick off the topic, in this post I consider ten reasons why the forthcoming conference in Siofok, Hungary, has the potential to be a great conference, memorable for its experiences, its participants and its content.
Questions for Reflection
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