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Would appreciate a few Training & Development pointers to be included in company summit. This is my first time, and despite requesting the guidelines/expectations for the summit, I haven't received any response from my firm. Ran a search here too; however, couldn't find anything relevant on T&D Presentation for Summits. If anyone here has given a T&D presentation at a company summit, please advise. Thank you.
Dear KVE,
What is the profile of gathering/audience. Are they freshers? if so, majority of them comprised of which discipline? Are Engineers/techies, scientists, executives, junior or middle/senior management or shop floor workmen-which stream. Summit is a common parlance. Summit also connotes to high level executives/apex body's meeting. Clarify this. Is this overall curtain raiser or on a specific topics? Give details so that forum members could assist you with our contributions in your quest.

Thank you for your response. This would be a summit limited only to our organization. So, I guess I cold say it's a private affair. All the high level executives of our company will be present. This is all that I understand. I have no further information on it.

Hi KVE, If you don’t know the destination, how to & from where to start?
Dear Kate,
Please answer all the questions raised by Kumar. In addition, please give details about your organisation: size and activities; also kindly include information about how long should your presentation last, etc. Its far better to get an answer based on facts than assumptions. If our assumptions are wrong the we will make an ASS of U and ME. That's how my tutor had spelt the word assume.

I've already shared all that I know. The presentation is expected to be around 15-20 mins. We are around 400 employees. I would like to keep my company name confidential. I'm only looking for general guidelines around organizational summits for department heads. Thank you.

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