The first person to speak at a conference, workshop, training seminar, practice, meeting or any other type of gathering sets the tone.
They set the tone for what is going to come next, for what the expectations are and what we are going to do going forward.
Everything else after is compared to them – the first speaker – not the second, not the third, not the fourth, the first.
Want to set the tone?
Want to lead the direction?
Want to start the conversation?
Want to make change happen?