I’m giving a seminar in Hong Kong on 5 March. (For more information, go here.) If people in Hong Kong are uncertain of the value of what I have to offer, here is some fresh feedback from participants at last week’s Singapore seminar:
Extremely informative and useful
Exceeded my expectations as new ideas & concepts are visited
Very interactive and novel ideas
Helps to focus and identify how to draft effectively and in a concise manner
I already own the previous edition of Ken’s book so I was happy to hear more from Ken on this topic
The contents and topics are very related to our daily contracts drafting and help to explain the usage & redundancy of some words
Speaker was engaging and humorous. Also structured. Use of pointer/stylus on presentation slides very effective
One of the better seminars for 2012/2013
Totally new material for me. Realize horrors of poor drafting. Drafting clearly and effectively is more challenging than I thought
It is very engaging at the right pace, I could absorb the points & digest them instantly
Ken’s passion for his craft is admirable
I appreciate the different perspective on the use of contract language and this will be useful when I review contracts
Very practical tips given and such seminars are very useful to apply to daily work.
Very engaging, entertaining and not boring at all
The presenter is expressive
A relevant topic
Speaker was entertaining + engaging. Informative.
It is relevant to my scope of work and provides insight on how improvements can be made.
This event is more interesting than the other courses. More engaging and I learnt a lot from it.
Pace/Flow of the presentation is good.
But here’s my favorite:
Negative feedback? I’m all for full disclosure, but there wasn’t any negative feedback.