[REPLAY] Masterclass: Making the Most of Your Next Conference Experience

You've heard how important networking is to advance in your career or business, but do you feel awkward at networking events and uncomfortable making new connections? During this one-hour session (including Q&A), best-selling author Robbie Samuels shared best practices for making the most of your next conference or networking event.  

Do you want Robbie to present a session like this for your conference participants so they can be best prepared to make the most of your next event? Or for your sales team before they head to another tradeshow? Hit reply to the email you receive and find out how you can work with Robbie virtually or in-person.

This engaging session will offer tips and tricks to help introverts and extroverts learn how to work a room, from having the right tools to knowing the best approach to engage prospective clients, colleagues, and collaborators. No matter your role, you will benefit from learning how to be more strategic, effective, and inclusive while building great relationships.  

Robbie believes that your impact on the world is directly related to your willingness to engage your community. Through this session, he will show you how.  

Special thanks to Tom Poland for inviting me to present to his community. The live session was attended by people all over the world, including Australia, New Zealand, Italy, and the United States.

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Robbie Samuels helps women grow to their next level in business through relationship-based strategies. He has been recognized as a “networking expert” by Inc. and Lifehacker, and is the author of the best-selling business book Croissants vs. Bagels: Strategic, Effective, and Inclusive Networking at Conferences

A professional member of the National Speakers Association, he has been speaking on the topic of strategic networking for over a decade. As a consultant and coach, he shares how to create more inclusive and engaging connections.