Jun 24, 2021
As we get 'back to work', expectations for polish and impact in virtual meetings will go up. The casual, lowered expectations during the recession will be replaced by an assumption that you are back in a completely professional mode.
You need to reach out to your borrowers, in tough times and in triumph.
You need to present your ideas to your mentor lender, or the loan committee, in a way that accomplishes your goals and advances your career.
You need to connect with a prospective borrower and pull them in to your client base.
In this episode, Allison Shapira, will move you back into your most professional comfort zone when using the virtual format to make your point or make your case.
About Allison Shapira:
Allison Shapira is a former opera singer turned entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and expert in public speaking. She is the Founder/CEO of Global Public Speaking LLC, a communication training firm and certified woman-owned small business that helps people speak clearly, concisely, and confidently - both virtually and in person.
She teaches public speaking at the Harvard Kennedy School and has spent nearly 18 years developing leadership communication programs for Fortune 50 companies, government agencies, and non-profit organizations around the world.
She also travels around the world with the nonprofit Vital Voices Global Partnership, teaching leadership communication to help women leaders grow their business, run for office, or launch a nonprofit.
Allison is a Certified Virtual Presenter and a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP). She holds a master’s degree in public administration from the Harvard Kennedy School and is an internationally-renowned singer/songwriter who uses music as a way to help others find their voice and their courage to speak.
Allison is the author of Speak with Impact: How to Command the Room and Influence Others (HarperCollins Leadership) which was a Washington Post best-seller. She has spoken at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit, the Most Powerful Women in Banking LEAD Conference, and was a finalist for 2017 Woman Business Owner of the Year by the National Association of Women Business Owners, San Diego Chapter. She lives in Washington, DC.
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