Effective Introductions

Career Guide - Rebecca Okamoto

Initial introductions matter!

An incredible presentation can be an effective entryway opener with new open doors. Be that as it may, there's just a modest window to transform your presentation into a vocation or business gold. In the present reality, you have a superior shot of connecting with a goldfish than the individual alongside you.

Everybody knows we just get one shot to establish the correct first connection. Be that as it may, few are extremely arranged to reply, "What do you do?"

In this course, you figure out how to make a drawing in an individual brand presentation in 20 words or less, and make an enduring, positive impression.

 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize what makes an effective person brand introduction.
  • Identify key concepts to develop your introduction and personal brand statement.
  • Discover 5 ways to say who you are and what you do in 20 words or less.
  • Explore 3 ways to turn your personal brand into a memorable introduction.

Instructor

Rebecca Okamoto

Professional Coach

Rebecca is a communication consultant, and helps professionals master clear, concise communication.

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Instructor

Rebecca Okamoto

Professional Coach

Rebecca is a communication consultant, and helps professionals master clear, concise communication.

Training 5 or more people?

Get your team access to WIISE top 2,000 courses anytime, anywhere.

Try WIISE for Business
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