“So, What Do YOU Do?”

As a professional speaker and communication consultant, I have been asked for years by nervous entrepreneurs and professionals headed to networking meetings and live events about the best way to put together an “elevator speech.”

Ellen Rohr

 An Elevator Speech: A brief introduction of who you are, what you do and why one would be interested. 

I am a big fan of associations, of networking. I look for ‘eagles!’ I want to find folks who can teach me something. I have spent tens of thousands of dollars attending the best seminars.

Mergers, acquisitions, downsizing, and growth all require an unprecedented need for information about key executives and a framework for assessing the competencies required to lead people during extraordinary times. Yet, even with the revolving doors at the top of many companies spinning faster than ever, organizations still overlook opportunities to develop talent from the bottom up, and they continue to allow the selection of top leadership to turn into messy melodramas.

Tru Pettigrew

Who are The Veterans, The Boomers, Gen X and The Millennials? They could easily be the names of different music groups. But these are the names of four distinctly different generations in America. These four generations make up the newest quartet sensation known as “Today’s Workforce”.

Anne Miller

Which new company name arouses your curiosity most? ABC Marketing Inc., Integrated Marketing Resources, or Marketing Sherpa? Most likely, you chose the third option. It’s different. It’s visual.

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