How to find an appropriate Bullying motivational person for your school
Posted by John Smith on December 11th, 2015
You need to read some of the reviews posted online by his invitees, are they positive or negative will be the questions that will help you judge your decision. Moreover, if they are involved in writing books or articles have a look at their information, is it relating to what you are looking for from a speaker?
Probably you might understand how much he is interested in doing research which will be ideal for your students. Moreover, reading his books or articles will help you figure out if he has humor or will only bore your students. Remember you are looking for bullying expert who needs to be engaging your students in his talks.
Additionally you need to found out in his previous workshops or assemblies how many students did he enlighten. Definitely you do not want to invite someone who only speaks to 50 students or one class whereas you want him to talk to your whole school. There is a thin difference in this and you definitely do not want to miss it.
Finally, you should invite a speaker who has never experienced bullying but he does understand it. This is because when you invite a speaker who has experienced it he will not have a balanced content; mostly he will concentrate on the victims. These will leave your students wondering if they are victims themselves.