JUNE MONTHLY CHAPTER DINNER MEETING

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 at Normandie Farm Restaurant, Potomac, MD


Topic: “Pitch Power ® : Craft an elevator pitch that tells a clear story”
Presenter: Ms. Maggy Sterner 
Presenter Web Site: 

www.maggysterner.com

Presentation Abstract:  (worth 1 PDU – Talent Triangle – Leadership)
 

Presentation Abstract:
  
You know how you’re a project manager and maybe you do something super technical or complicated? Or you feel anxious when you have to tell people what you do. You wish you just had simple,clear, truthful words to say that would help you connect better with potential clients, partners, or inside your own organization. 
Having a simple, powerful, and compelling elevator pitch that simply and clearly communicates what you do makes it easy for people to understand what you do so it’s easier to do business. 

What participants/attendees will learn? 
The participants will learn:
- What a brand is and how it’s connected to your elevator pitch 
- What a good elevator pitch is and what it isn’t 
- How to craft yours in a super-simple way that communicates PRECISELY what you do so people say, “Wow. I need you.” 
- When you can say what you do in a way people can understand, you’ll dramatically improve your confidence about saying what you do, clearly and powerfully, your ability to stand out from all the others who do the same thing you do and your ability to attract the right clients (because they’ll understand how you help them!) 
Presenter Bio: Maggy Sterner is a branding coach and business coach. She helps consultants get extreme clarity about the essence of their brand and learn how to communicate it everywhere, online and in person. Ms. Sterner believes when you can describe what you do simply, your business thrives. Her mission is helping people throw away the words that bog down a brand message and articulate it with confidence. Ms. Sterner learned how to get to the bottom line super fast as a TV and radio reporter for CBS News. She honed her Spidey-sense detective abilities as a user experience analyst at NPR’s website. Find out more about her at http://maggysterner.com or on LinkedIn http://bit.ly/MSBC-LI 
Location: Normandie Farm, 10710 Falls Road, Potomac MD 20854


SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
5:15 to 6:30 PM Informal Social/Networking - A cash bar will be available ; Complimentary Project Showcase (Separate Registration is recommended) 
6:30 to 7:45 PM Dinner 
7:45 to 8:00 PM Announcements and Introductions 
8:00 to 9:00 PM Presentation by Ms. Sterner 


MENU 
1 - Chicken Piccata with Capers, Citrus Drizzle 
2 – Vegetable Lasagna with Portobello Mushrooms, Marinara 
3 - Filet of Sole Sautéed with Capers and Almonds, Citrus Drizzle 
4 – Special Request 

Dinner also includes: 
Caesar Salad 
Green Beans and Rice (for entrees 1 and 3) 
Raspberry Sorbet for dessert 

NOTICE: The cost for dinner is $30 for PMI Montgomery County, MD Chapter members and $40 for non-members & guests. The cost of the dinner will be the same regardless if you pay in advance online or in person at the door.  

Please make your online reservation no later than 5:00 PM Sunday, June 2nd, 2019 as the registration system will be taken offline at that point in order to prepare for the 6/5/19 meeting. 

 

 

Resources

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