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• Seminars are mostly conducted to enhance our knowledge and skills and acquaint us with the
latest in the industry. While it is essential to listen attentively during a seminar, in order derive
maximum out of the session you must also ask questions and engage completely. However, we
understand it is not easy for most especially when you do not have much knowledge about the
subject being covered.
• To ease the task for you, we bring to you ten practical tips to start a conversation in seminar:
• While you aim to start a conversation during the seminar, do not fret over how and when to do
it as you enter the venue. Just relax, stay calm and go with the flow. Don a positive disposition
and greet people you come across to begin at a good note. It will also help you connect better
with those around when you begin the conversation.
• LISTEN ATTENTIVELY
• Listening carefully is an essential prerequisite to begin a conversation not only in a seminar but
anywhere. You need to know the context well before you ask or discuss something. So, pay
attention to all that is being said in the seminar if you aim to start a con
There may be many points that you may not be able to understand in one go. Do not
hesitate to ask questions to clarify your doubts. Asking questions is a good way to begin
a conversation and make the experience more engaging. It will also make the seminar is
There may be certain points in the seminar that you may not agree to. Instead of just
sitting and nodding your head at such points, it is a good idea to counter question. This
way you will get different perspectives on the point. It is also a great way to start a
conversation during a seminar.