Stand Out and Survive: How to Remain Relevant in a Dog Eat Dog World
Presenter: Elaine Pasqua, CSP
Change is constant.
- How do you build your business?
- How do you remain fresh and relevant to sustain your professional speaking career?
- How do you keep clients coming back for more or find new markets to provide additional opportunities?
Make room for your favorite cheerleader! Elaine Pasqua, CSP describes herself as tenacious. She developed the ability to network and connect with prospective clients and to develop meaningful conversations to better understand their needs and frustrations. Seeing the writing on the wall, she seamlessly transitioned from one sector and topic to another, remaining in demand for 22 years with businesses, colleges, the military, and professional sports teams. Elaine is excited to share her strategies for success! Learn how to recognize new opportunities and trends, how to act on them, and how to fearlessly connect with clients.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER:
Elaine Pasqua, CSP is a dynamic keynote speaker and trainer who generates positive choices, healthy communication, and respectful relationships. She helps organizations and military service members increase productivity and retain talent. She has transformed the lives of more than half a million students and student athletes at over 650 universities nationwide. Elaine has worked with athletes from 31 pro sports teams across the NFL, MLB, and the NBA, as well as the most notable Division I collegiate football programs. Once described as “the biggest little thing I’ve ever seen,” at 5’3 she loves standing among these gentle giants and enjoys enhancing their lives by preserving their legacies and the reputation of their teams. Elaine has been featured in USA Today, NPR, NBC Sports Radio, and Time Warner TV.
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