First impressions do matter. There is a similarity between the elevator speech introduction and that favorite interview ice breaker, “Tell me about yourself”. Both require a brief and easily understandable picture of what you do well. Everyone wants to make a positive, professional first impression and create interest on the part of the listener.
In this hands-on workshop, we will explore these two opportunities to make a good first impression. Working in small groups, we will develop and then deliver the concise and compelling language of a great first impression.
This workshop is tailored made for those who:
- Want to improve their elevator speech
- Have not yet developed an elevator speech
- Dread those words, “Tell me about yourself”
Facilitated by Neil J. Glaser, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Neil is a career performance coach with a passion for helping individuals execute on their career goals and get the results they desire. He has been a performance consultant to management for over 10 years and has trained and coached hundreds of front-line supervisors and mid-level managers for Wehrenberg Theatres. Neil began his career in operations management and brings that bottom-line perspective to the science of human resource development as well as the execution of strategic business initiatives.
Neil is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources and holds a graduate certificate in Human Performance Improvement from the American Society of Training and Development. He has a Master of Arts degree in Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.