Meet the Interpreters

Hear the wisdom in all voices

At any international event, there will be people with difficulties to express themselves in English during a presentation, panel or in a breakout session. At the same time, the voices of those who do not have English as their first language are essential for developing effective policies and realistic programmes. Your meetings will have more impact, as you harvest the thoughts and knowledge of everyone who contributes.

How can you help interpreters to excel?

In the video you can hear Clara Maysonnave, one of the interpreters. She says that the most important condition for her to excel is that participants wish to share their thoughts and that they are curious about what others have to share. You can provide the setting for conversations to unfold. If interpreters can also prepare, meet the chairperson and tech host in advance, and have the opportunity to learn from each session, the quality of online translation will skyrocket. 

Meet the interpreters

Interpreters are often invisible. They stick to the background, and you will only hear their voices as you tune into the interpretation channel or if you run into them in the breakout rooms. Over the years, we have worked with a bunch of great interpreters and you meet some of them in this episode of Brainy Bunch TV.

We can take care of your online events. Brainy Bunch has a team of experienced facilitators, technical support experts, speaker coaches and interpreters. Please, contact us for a chat about the possibilities. 

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