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EchelonCommunicate’s Elevator ExchangeTM Lab
February 28 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
When you introduce yourself to a new business contact – someone who can give you the deal, investment, talent, or advise that you need to bring your vision to life – how do you come across?
So much is at stake.
Neuroscience tells us that you have 12 seconds, at most, to make a first impression. It also tells us that others want you to get to the point – what’s in it for them (not you) – and why your work matters, in 30 seconds or less. Give them a reason to connect, to listen further. Give them a reason to engage with you. To offer to help you.
EchelonCommunicate’s Elevator ExchangeTM Lab is designed to help you sort to what you need to say and how to come across clearly, authentically, indelibly.
Every Founder and Corporate executive needs to introduce himself/herself in a way that’s clear and relevant, a resonant way to share the impact you’re striving to have and what’s you need from others to make it happen. To establish a relationship worth sustaining, you need to have the other person understand your “why”, not just “the what”. You need to offer the other person some value, too…creating an exchange that deepens the relationship while you both get things done.
Join us for this fast-paced, hands-on, 90-minute Lab to:
Identify key messages that you need to share about yourself and your organization when you have a chance to make a first impression
Begin to learn how to use powerful questions to find points connection with the other person
Practice asking for what you need – advice, introductions, time to learn more – in a way that retains your power and influence while setting accountability for taking next steps
This event is a great opportunity to improve both how you open up a sales call or pitch to investors, mingle at a networking event, or simply ask for advice from a thought leader in your industry. You’ll work on messaging, delivery, and your leader presence. Walk away with tips and frameworks you can use right away, along with guidance from a veteran leadership communication coach.
This event is limited to 40 participants!