The Guest Speaker Agrees to
- The Calendar deadlines for the event
- Keep their topics free from religious, political or corporate agendas
- Memorize their talk
- Sign the waiver form for any images or videos used
- Attend the workshops provided by the organizing team
- Attend all rehearsals and the final event
- Connect with a Mentor
- Create a profile on TED.com
Guest Speaker’s Guidelines
- Find your passion.
- Don’t think of this as any other presentation, wow us.
- DREAM BIG.
- Remember, laughter from the audience is good.
- Be real, authentic and tell your story.
- Include a call to action to the audience. What fire will you light?
Guest Speakers' Videos for frontloading
If you are new to the TED or TEDx family we suggest that you watch the following videos to help you in this journey. They are not that long and will help you take your talk to the next level!
Guest Speaker Slide Guidelines
TEDxYouth@Jingshan asks that you keep it simple.
- Please use Keynote to create the slide deck (Wide HD (16:9 aspect ratio): 1920x1080 (hi res)
- Use one image or idea per slide.
- Do not verbally describe the images on screen
- No bullets or headers with long text on slides
- Tell a story. Talking about someone? Show their photo
- Use only a common sans serif font (like Helvetica or Verdana)
- You must own the rights to all images used on slides. If you use an image under a Creative Commons license, you must cite the source at the bottom of the slide
- The slide deck must be completed and turned in by December 1st 2018.
- Face to Face or Skype pitch to Tosca
- Curatorial team review
- Submit final slides on Keynote for review to Tosca.
- Give Waiver form to Tosca.
- Skype or F2F Rehearsal in front of mentors for feedback.
- Final adjustments to talk.
- Curatorial team review.
- On site dress rehearsal. Must attend.
- ½ day TEDxYouth event. Speaker must attend the full event. Optional: After party
TEDxYouthJingshan Code of Conduct
- Respect the boundaries of other attendees.
- Avoid aggressively pushing your own services, products or causes.
- Respect confidentiality requests by speakers and other attendees.
- Look out for one another.
- Invasion of privacy, including taking photos (or requesting selfies) of people you don't know.
- Being disruptive, drinking excessively, stalking, following, or threatening anyone.
- Abuse of power (including abuses related to position, wealth, race, or gender).
- Homophobia, racism, or behavior that discriminates against a group or class of people.
- Sexual harassment of any kind, including unwelcome sexual attention, and inappropriate physical contact.
- Contact Tosca to report an incident.