Do you feel like your small talk game is non-existent?
Have you recently pivoted in your business or career and find yourself unsure how to make meaningful connections at events?
Do you ever get sweaty palms, dry mouth, or have your mind go blank when you try to network?
Do you ever feel like you’re throwing spaghetti at a wall when you walk into an event, hoping that some connection will pan out and make it worth your while?
If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, then this workshop is for you!
Learn some useful strategies for planning your networking experience at events. We’ll share best practices on how to make meaningful connections, and take the uncertainty out of networking. And… It wouldn’t be a workshop without some actual networking practice. (So, hopefully, you’ll also leave with some new connections).
About the Instructor:
Erin Neuhardt is an Event strategist and planner with a passion for community building. Erin works with organizations on a mission to help them fulfil their live event goals. She knows that all events are unique, and helps her clients develop and execute a one-of-a-kind event strategy based on their desired outcomes.
Her passion for hospitality and customer service gives her a unique lens for the guest experience. Erin strives to ensure that attendees leave more connected to the cause, organization, information, and
other guests. She employs a servant leadership model, believes in collaboration over competition, and is a true fan of authentic networking. Erin holds a BS in Hospitality and an MBA from Endicott College, in Beverly, MA.