Putting the audience in the content: lessons from Elevating Impact 2014

July 16, 2014 at 12:31 pm Leave a comment

When we invited 24 speakers from diverse backgrounds to talk about lifelong changemaking at the Elevating Impact Summit, we knew we would learn something new. The range of speakers included a veteran, a pharmacist, a poet, and an angel investor. They were exemplary leaders at all stages of life and work, and we had started collecting their stories before they even arrived.

What we couldn’t have anticipated was that in addition to the admirable lineup of speakers we would have an audience of 375 incredible changemakers. Ok, maybe we could have figured it out; Portland does tend to be that way, but the quality, authenticity, motivation and energy of the people who attended this year’s summit left us speechless. Many of the attendees could have easily been on stage sharing their own stories of social innovation, their creative triumphs, and their unprecedented discoveries.

Hear from a few of our incredible event attendees and speakers, and find out why next year we’ll focus even more on helping the audience tell their stories. If we learned one thing at the 2014 Elevating Impact Summit, it’s that everyone has a story.

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