Public Speaking

Forget the 30-second Elevator Pitch: Real Tips for REAL Networking

Is your network big enough? Do you know how to meet new people? Does going to a cocktail party scare the pants off of you? If so, you are not alone. This session is designed to review the basics of networking and then gives you the chance to work in groups at practicing your conversation (because pitching is for baseball). This session is great for the networking newbie or for anyone who wants to improve their game. We will focus on face-to-face networking approaches as well as developing relationships online.

Learning Objectives:

  • Networking 101 Tips
  • Finding Opportunity
  • Mixing Online and Offline Networking

Time of this session can vary for 60 – 90 minutes

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  • An Association
  • An Event Organizer
  • A Small Business
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