Emerging Planners Networking Event
Net-Worthing Versus Not-working (aka How to Become a Networking Ninja)
Let's face it, we could attend a so-called networking event for breakfast, lunch, or happy hour just about every day of the week. Some professionals aren't comfortable networking with strangers. Some professionals aren't sure what to say or how to say it to make it a productive event. Still others aren't entirely certain which event(s) to attend, given the time, money, and resources involved. Keith Daw, Vice President at McDonell Consulting Group, will facilitate an interactive session to help you determine which events you should attend, how to best leverage centers of influence, and how to be a producer/rainmaker/salesperson even if it's not comfortable or your primary role.
Keith Daw is the Vice President of Business Development and a trainer for McDonell Consulting Group, a licensed Sandler Training® center in Towson, Maryland. His expertise focuses on emerging and evolving companies in the areas of leadership development, sales and sales management, strategic customer care, and organizational and generational communication.
Join the Emerging Planners of the BEPC for their Kickoff Event at the Center Club. We welcome estate planning professionals practicing 10 years or fewer to join us for an evening of networking with like minded professionals. Enjoy drinks, hors d’oevres, and make valuable connections while “Networthing”.
PARKING: The Club’s garage entrance (101 S. Charles Street) can be found on the right side of Charles Street, just north of Pratt Street. Parking is free for this event.
Open to Members and Non-Members.
Registration is $20 per person. Please RSVP by Friday October 11th