October 2018 - Thom Singer
This month's meeting is at the Microsoft office near Mopac at Braker.
Please note that we are no longer providing lunch. You're welcome to bring your own, or you can purchase an option at registration.
11:30-11:50: Registration, lunch, and networking
11:50-12:00: Chapter announcements
In Real Life: Connecting With People in a Gadget Crazed World
There is more to creating business relationships than a “like”, “link”, “share” or “follow”. While the popular social media tools can make it seem like we have countless friends and business associates, it is real human engagement that leads to opportunity. This program is designed as an opening keynote and will bring the audience focus back to the basics on establishing connections that will lead to more success in business, sales, and life. Make your event a human laboratory for connecting.
- Learn how to make stronger business connections that will lead to opportunities
- How to combine in-person networking and social media
- Gain clarity in cultivating relationships and how to ask for referrals
- Discover why your elevator pitch is not helping you network
- How to get other in your company to work together to build your business brand
After a successful career in sales and marketing, Thom Singer became a growth leadership speaker in 2009. A decade later he has brought his high energy presentations and action-oriented content to over 700 audiences. Thom knows that as the speaker or master of ceremonies he has a responsibility to set the tone for a strong conference attendee experience. Known as "The Conference Catalyst" he creates an atmosphere of fun and interaction that lasts beyond his presentation.
Thom earned his Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) in 2014 and is committed to the business of meetings. He is the author of 12 books and is the host of the popular "Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do" podcast. On his show he has interviewed over 350 entrepreneurs, solopreneurs, business leaders and others with a focus on discovering how the most successful people get farther across the gap between potential and results.
Please register at our Constant Contact page.