Public Speaking

The Art of Connecting Volunteers

Based on the book, Perfect Pairings: The Art of Connecting People , this session is full of both inspirational stories and practical, actionable tips on how being a connector can transform your personal and professional life. Whether you are new to business networking or are looking for tips to up your game, The session will leave you with desire to help others achieve their goals and will provide you with the steps on how to do it.

Taking this approach and applying it to membership organizations, attendees will learn not only how to connect for their own benefit, but how to build stronger relationships with volunteers by connecting them and helping them help the organization. This session will show how listening to volunteers personal needs can identify ways to build loyalty and commitment to your association.

Are You:

  • An Association
  • An Event Organizer
  • A Small Business
  • Professional Services
  • Looking for a Speaker

    Edison Resident, Jessica Leigh Levin, Recognized on Leading Women Entrepreneurs’ List of Top 25 Brand Builders

    Seven Degrees Communications’ President Named A Leading Brand Builder in N.J. WOODBRIDGE, N.J., September 22, 2017— Seven Degrees Communications’ President and Chief Connector, Jessica Leigh Levin, MBA, CMP, CAE, DES,… Read the Rest »

    Looking for Marketing Strategy?

    Whether it’s refining your brand message, leveraging existing client relationships or simply a stubborn problem that you’ve been trying to tackle, a guided discussion might be all you need to get you moving in the right direction.

    Strong Relationships Are Your Best Business Development Tool

    In the business world, your relationships are one of the most important assets for you to cultivate. How you engage with potential clients is fundamental to your ability to develop… Read the Rest »

    A Meeting Planner’s Role in Connecting: How to Facilitate Relationship Building Among Attendees

    When it comes to pulling off a successful event, planners know that the real payoff comes after the event is over. Sure, we all want to make sure that the… Read the Rest »