November Networking Luncheon
Event by: Gloria Petersen, Founder and President of Global Protocol, Inc.
"Seven Steps to Impressive Greetings and Confident Interactions"
What's your strategy for making a professional connection that develops business relationships? If what you are doing is not working, it is time to re-visit (or to build) your basic foundation. Without a solid foundation, efforts either do not materialize or they crumble. It takes more than just saying hello and introducing yourself. Building relationships starts with a presence that exudes confidence; it involves the ability to interact with ease, and initiate a plan to stay connected. This all begins with seven very important steps. Master the steps and you are on your way to mastering your connections.
Attendees will take away from this program:
Influence perception by making sure that you are sending the intended visual message that attracts people to you
Meet, greet, and interact with people in a professional and confidence-inspiring manner
Know that their time was well spent when attending luncheons and networking events
Use the name exchange, handshake opportunity, and small talk to set the stage for a continued relationship
Conclude the interaction with a memorable business card exchange and follow-up action plan
About The Speaker
Gloria Petersen is Founder and President of Global Protocol, Inc. She is the author "The Art of Professional Connections," a four-part book series. Three titles have been released and the fourth will be released fall of 2012. This series takes you from impressive interactions and networking to business entertaining in a wide variety of venues. Gloria has also hosted the FOX television series, "Image of Success," and served as an etiquette judge on The Learning Channel's reality television show, "Faking It," (a segment was featured on The Oprah Show).
Credentialed as a CPP (Certified Protocol Professional), Gloria Petersen is a graduate of the Protocol School of Washington® and The Professional Image Institute, followed by extensive training from Dale Carnegie and Associates. She attended Rock Valley College and studied fashion at Madison Area Technical College.
Watch out for the "Angels for Seniors" Christmas tree set-up, the charity program NAWBO is supporting this holiday.
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Registration Fees $38 Member $48 Non Member $15 Late Fee for Members and Non-Members registering after the Friday prior to the event. $25 On Site registration fee for anyone registering the day of the event.
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