Employment Advisory

Speed Networking: Practice Introducing Yourself

Learn how to present yourself comfortably in a few short sentences (an elevator pitch) to engage your listeners. Coaches Win Sheffield and Ruth Robbins will offer tips on how to present yourself comfortably in a few short sentences (an elevator pitch) to engage your listeners. You will then have the opportunity to practice. It is useful to come prepared with business cards or index cards with your contact information.

Win Sheffield (winsheffield.com) is a career coach in private practice in New York. He offers strategies and guidance to support his clients to take their work to the next level or establish new careers. He coaches clients in delivering their message, runs workshops, and delivers talks to many industry and alumni groups.

Ruth K. Robbins has been in private practice since 1992, specializing in career exploration, self-assessment and written communications in support of job search.  She has taught career development workshops at the New York Public Library Job Information Center, The Transition Network and All Soul’s Church Career.

This is a free seminar from the Employment Advisory program. Founded in 1950, the Employment Advisory program helps people seeking employment or exploring new career options.

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