Category Archives: Connectors

Dina Simon: Starting a B-Corp and Making a Difference

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Today, more companies are thinking about starting “benefit corporations” to strengthen their social corporate responsibility.

But what is “benefit corporation” (B-Corp)?

Join Dina Simon, CEO of Simon Says Lead, as she explains the reason behind forming a benefit corporation to support her daughter’s non-profit organization.

You’ll also learn about the initiatives her daughter – Mandi – is working on through Simon Says Give (a non-profit organization for children).

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Trish Carr: Public Speaking is Fueled by Butterflies – How to Use Yours

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Are you scared of public speaking?
Do you find yourself trembling at the thought of talking with a large group of people or a close-door meeting with a valued client?

You’re not alone. Even seasoned speakers feel the same way and our special guest, Trish Carr, will tell you how to handle it.

Join her as she discusses her best-selling book, “It’s Just A Conversation”. Discover her tips for effective selling,

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Kieran Flanagan: Selfish, Scared and Stupid…Works!

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Be selfish. Be scared. Be stupid.  This is the message of Kieran Flanagan: the creative and strategic mind behind the launch of Coke Zero in various markets across the world.

As a well-known speaker, author and educator, Kieran will discuss her latest book, “Selfish, Scared and Stupid”; what can we learn about human buying behavior and how to get things done.

Next, she’ll explain what failure and impossibilities are all about and why we shouldn’t be afraid of them.

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Why are Introverts Better Connectors?

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Networking for IntrovertsYou might not be the type of person who loves to socialize, attend big parties, and network whenever you get the chance. But to be a great connector, you don’t have to. Successful connectors who would be classified as introverts often will enter into a social situation with a plan for those they want to meet and connect with. And, a plan almost always produces better results than going into a networking event or other meeting just “winging it.” To effectively connect with another person,

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