Thu, Feb. 2 2017
7:30 am – 9:00 am
Hilton Garden Inn Waltham/Boston
Conversation Secrets that Profit Your Business and Career!
Engage and acknowledge your way to connections that reap rewards
Are you frustrated because networking takes a toll on you and does little-to-nothing for your business? Others seem to profit but not you.
Maybe the answer lies in the way you make others feel.
When prospects and clients feel acknowledged and valued, they are more inclined to like us, trust us and, thus, do business with us. Come learn subtle techniques that will help grease the way to your professional (and personal) goals. The talk addresses the following:
- Easy ways to make small talk a portal to more meaningful conversation
- Verbal skills and body language that engage (and repel) listeners
- How to handle common conversation//networking dilemmas
This is a Networking Event – Bring your business cards!
Janet L. Parnes
First Impression & Etiquette Expert
Janet Parnes believes that we owe it to ourselves to pursue a fulfilling career. But the definintion of “fulfilling” often changes with time. As such, after more than 20 years working in sales and public relations for companies that include Analog Dervices, Lipton Tea and Porter Novelli, PR Agency she switched tracks to attend the Protocol School of Washington®. Janet now equips children, teens and adults with skills that help them flourish socially and professionally.
Reservations are not open at this time for this event.