Stef & Sheena get serious about smashing your networking introduction

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02 May 2018
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
This webinar will be delivered online
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United Kingdom

Online – this event will be delivered as a webinar and you will be sent a link to log into.

Do you struggle to know what to say in your 40 or 60 second networking introduction?

Are you that person who nobody ever asks for a 121?

Do you struggle to get referrals?

In this hour long webinar which you can join in from the comfort of your own laptop or phone, Stefan Thomas, author of Business Networking for Dummies will give you the exact framework he uses when he creates awesome introductions at The Networking Retreat.

We will show you what to say and, crucially, how to say it, with advice on presentation skills and body language. You will learn how to deliver your introduction concisely, confidently and compellingly, so that the right people know exactly why they should have a 121 with you.

If you’re nervous about your introduction, or simply know you could do better, this webinar is for you.

Stefan has created networking introductions for networkers all over the country and, in just one hour, he will explain how you can create the perfect introduction for you and your business.

Just £59 – or book as part of our package of three and learn how to deliver the perfect 4Sight and how to use online video for the all inclusive price of just £118. We’ll even send you the recordings of the webinars so you can watch then whenever you like. To book all three, just CLICK HERE

PS – after listening to this webinar, if you want Stefan to go ahead and create a 40 or 60 seconds for you, he’ll be making you a very special offer.


Bookings are closed for this event.

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