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NEW DATE: Dust Off Your Business Socializing Skills! A Networking & Elevator Pitch Refresher – May 12

May 12, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


We’ve been isolated and online for two years, now’s the time to dust off your business socializing skills to prepare for in-person events. Whether you’re looking to gain new clients, develop collaborations, or become recognized as an expert in your field, honing your communication skills is a key ingredient to your success.

Pick up tips on how to really listen and connect with fellow small business owners and potential customers and receive professional and peer feedback on your elevator pitch.

This workshop is in a Zoom Meeting format w/Breakout Rooms.

What to Expect:

  • Peer to peer Elevator Pitch Practice
  • Active Interaction
  • Feedback & Fun

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Trainer: Rachael Gatling, Founder, Change Your Story Professional Development Coaching

Rachael Gatling, MBA has amassed over 20 years of industry experience, cultivating a career full of experience within learning and development, strategic coaching, customer experience, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Her expertise shines through her work as a corporate leader and a professional development coach.

Rachael used her status as an industry veteran to establish “Change Your Story”, her professional development program. Her bevy of clients have experienced new careers, promotions, and new entrepreneurial ventures within retail, education, information technology, and more. Rachael’s coaching provides real-world results for those invested in shifting their perspective on obtaining success.

Through thoughtful program design, personalized coaching, seminars, and speaking engagements, Rachael challenges all who she encounters to examine their narrative and change their story to one that includes success.

Business meeting in lobby of colorful modern office space


May 12, 2022
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Mairead Daly-Diep
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