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The Elevator Pitch
jeudi, 18:00 à 20:00
28 mai 2020
The Elevator Pitch
It takes 30 seconds to ride from the ground floor to the top of a building in an elevator.
Can you pitch your idea, service, product or yourself before the door opens?
What’s your USP ?
Is your LinkedIn headline powerful enough ?
Can you convince your target audience to buy your service/product or to hire you ?
Words are powerful and can have an unforeseen impact. Negotiations, meetings, interviews or personal relations can be changed for better – or worse – with your communication skills.
Tailored to businessmen and businesswomen, students, CEOs, professionals and entrepreneurs who wish to perfect their Elevator Pitch, this workshop is brought to you by Lamia Charlebois, Public Relations Consultant, speaker, author and reporter with more than 25 years of experience. This TED speaker has many tips and tricks that she will share with you. You will practice the art pitching in the language of your choice during the workshop and learn tips that are tailored to you.
*** Wired earphones required for pitching
LINK will be sent to you by email and posted on our Facebook page
Bio Lamia Charlebois
Public Relations Consultant, Speaker, Author and Reporter
Lamia has more than 25 years experience in communication. After having worked in large corporations and agencies, she launched her own public relations company in 2003. Her expertise includes: strategic counsel, crisis management, media relations, individual coaching or group workshops in communication, leadership, personal branding and public speaking. Her clients, large companies as well as start-ups, are located in Canada, the USA, Europe and the Middle East. She was a Commentator on Radio-Canada live morning radio show, had a weekly column in L’Express and writes regularly for magazines. A sought after speaker, her TEDx talk reached 29,000+ views. She speaks four languages and has lived in Beirut, Québec city, Ottawa, Toronto and is now based in Montréal. A recipient of a business award (CCICL), a Top 25 Canadian Immigrants finalist, she is also exhibited in the Canadian Museum of Immigration. “It’s better than the fossil museum,” she says! Lamia published a book, is writing a second one, co-founded a foundation in her mother’s memory to help women in need pay for their cancer treatments and has launched Libanais de Montréal – Sirop d’arabe (4300+ members) an apolitical, non-commercial and secular platform of information and help. She holds a B.A. and M.A in Communication and PR. An ex-athletics champion and a former judoka, she continues to practice several sports.