About this Event
Are you tired of avoiding networking events due to the fear of having awkward, forced and unpredictable encounters? Fear not! This 90-minute workshop will explore valuable tricks that will help you navigate your next networking event with ease and confidence. We’ll go over the art of the elevator pitch, ways to transition seamlessly in conversation and how to adapt your speech delivery to your audience.
Key learning outcomes:
- How to write and deliver an elevator pitch
- How to use transitional connectives to guide your conversation
- How to use delivery methods effectively to have memorable encounters
- Ways to prepare before a networking event and what to do following one
Ashlie is a professor, public speaking coach, wedding officiant and recovering nervous speaker. She’s also a proud native New Yorker who teaches at one of the most diverse colleges in the country, Queensborough Community College (Go Tigers!). Ashlie teaches her students and clients how to find their unique speaking voice, write memorable speeches and overcome anxiety. When she’s not teaching, she can likely be found in a tap-dancing class, hanging with her cat Bin or sitting in the back center row at the movies. Ashlie is available for private coaching, weddings and workshops! You can reach her at [email protected] or connect with her on LinkedIn.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Freelancers Hub, 241 37th Street, Brooklyn, United States