DATE: Thursday, November 16, 2017
LOCATION: Ma-Te-Way Activity Centre
You already know it; you only have one moment, one instant, for prospects to form an impression of you. Positive or not, it is a matter of perception, theirs.
From the first impression to the last impression, what do you want people to say about you? When you walk in, do you know what you send out? What about when the door closes behind you?
A positive impression is essential to building harmonious and productive partnerships.
Whether you are an entrepreneur or a future entrepreneur, the good news is that making a positive impression can be learned. Based on your vision, you decide on the image that you want to project. Everything is under your control!
Join us for a highly interactive workshop and learn how to:
• Master your first impression
• The dos and don’ts of networking activities
• Communicate correctly with technology
• Dress for success
The results: your self-confidence will be increased, your stress diminished and you will be in control of your image, ready to make your entrepreneurial dream come true.
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Your workshop leader is Julie Blais Comeau, Canada’s go-to etiquette expert, Chief Etiquette Officer at etiquettejulie.com and the author of Etiquette: Confidence & Credibility. A sought-after media collaborator, you may have heard, seen or read her on: CTV Morning Live, Your Morning, HuffPost, CBC, Canadian Living or The Globe and Mail
To register go to entrepreneurialskillsforprofessionalsuccess.eventbrite.ca or for more information contact Kelley Lemenchick at (613) 431-3951