The Fine Art of Building Relationships: Face-to-Face and Virtually

When:  Apr 7, 2021 from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM (CT)
Bestselling author of The Fine Art of Small Talk How to Start a Conversation, Keep it Going, Build Networking Skills and Leave a Positive Impression (Hachette), keynote speaker and trainer, Fine began her career as an engineer. Now a long time member of the National Speakers Association, Fine designs her virtual and face-to-face programs to teach leaders, professional services, membership organizations and front-line staff, conversation and rapport building skills and business networking techniques that help to develop meaningful business relationships, increase visibility, gain referrals and build rapport. Clients include the National Electrical Contractors Association, Texas Association of School Boards, American Bar Association, the National Electronic Distribution Association and the American Bus Association. Learn more at www.DebraFine.com.

Debra Fine

Bestselling author of The Fine Art of Small Talk How to Start a Conversation, Keep it Going, Build Networking Skills and Leave a Positive Impression (Hachette), keynote speaker and trainer, Fine began her career as an engineer. Now a long time member of the National Speakers Association, Fine designs her virtual and face-to-face programs to teach leaders, professional services, membership organizations and front-line staff, conversation and rapport building skills and business networking techniques that help to develop meaningful business relationships, increase visibility, gain referrals and build rapport. Clients include the National Electrical Contractors Association, Texas Association of School Boards, American Bar Association, the National Electronic Distribution Association and the American Bus Association. Learn more at www.DebraFine.com.   


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