Room and Audio-Visual Requirements
Even the greatest speech can be viewed as ineffective when the room set-up is not optimal. To help ensure that Randy's program meets your expectations and fulfills the ultimate benefit of your audience, please review the A/V requests below and let us know if there are any challenges. Randy is flexible and will work with your A/V capabilities and your technicians to maximize the effectiveness of your platform.
- Wireless ear set Countryman microphone
[This must be an ear set microphone not a large headset with a head clamp as Mr. Gage shaves his head. If this is not available, please have a wireless lavaliere (tie clip) microphone.]
- Mr. Gage will bring a music play list on a flash drive for your technician to play
For keynote speeches, please provide a large cocktail table with bottle water and fresh flowers.
For workshop, please provide a large cocktail table with bottle water and fresh flowers. A high bar stool with back and hand rest.
A bright stage will help keep audience focus at the front of the room. Randy will utilize the entire stage area and will stay toward the front edge. If the room has any spotlights, please aim them for a general wash of the front of the stage.
People are more alert in brightness. Dim the lighting on the screens but keep the house lights up full.
A cool room produces an alert audience, a warm room produces a drowsy audience. A cold room produces a distracted audience, and a hot room produces an irritated audience. The actual room temperature should be somewhere between 68-70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Please stock the greenroom with Fiji or Evian water, fresh fruit, and protein energy bars or cheese and crackers.