With our focus on media training in Dubai and the GCC region in general, we came across an important question: How valid is it to provide EmCee training for those who do not really want to EmCee?
The question is not rhetorical. Mid-management and support staff may easily find themselves introducing high executives in social functions, conferences, induction meetings, and other situations where their presence behind the microphone plays a key role in the success of the event. Some may have the skills or experience required for this, and some others may dread the idea, but they all will need to do it.
Our MC Training workshop was developed specially for this group of people. The key is to equip potential ad-hoc EmCees with what they need to be true Masters of Ceremony. Emphasis here is on the word Master.
Managing a corporate event in Dubai or elsewhere in the GCC region may prove to be challenging, as it requires adequate knowledge of local culture and social norms, as well as crowd dynamics usually seen in this part of the world (yes, it is true what you heard). This is why we taglined all our workshops with the “culturally-aware” slogan. Coupled with our highly successful Cultural Training Workshop, with different versions specially developed for the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Bahrain, this workshop will prepare you for crowd management, housekeeping, and of course, MCing your event.