One of the key ways business people promote themselves, their skills and expertise is through networking. Many people haven’t received training in this area and often feel uncomfortable mingling with new people and talking about themselves. Whether employed or in transition, the networking introduction, also known as the “elevator speech,” is often your first public speaking opportunity to get recognized or make a favorable impression. For many, this 30-60 second presentation is more difficult standing in front of a large audience and presenting for one hour. Less is more and less can be more challenging. How do you differentiate your business from your competitor’s and get people to remember you? How do minimize distraction and maximize your message? In this interactive session, you will learn strategic speaking tips to make your networking experience and your introductions more comfortable, engaging and memorable.