With offices opening back up, many professionals are eager to get back to in-person networking. Before you pick up right where you left off, Jamar Cobb-Dennard wants to share some helpful insights. Networking is one of the hardest skills for any professional to master. Its mystique has eluded even the most competent—but, not anymore. Learn the secrets to networking that the masters want to keep to themselves. These tools will unlock your ability to bring new business into the firm and add value to your client relationships. As you get back to networking, join us to help develop your game plan to get the most out of this sometimes fun, sometimes overwhelming activity.
- Recognize how to identify your target market for business development
- Explore which relationships are most important to build to create an endless stream of leads
- Identify a time-tested agenda for the initial referral partner meeting
- Discover how to generate new business while balancing client work product expectations
- None required.
Who Should Attend
CPAs, accountants, and bookkeepers seeking to proactively implement and offer innovative solutions to their clients.
Jamar Cobb-Dennard is a speaker, leadership consultant, attorney, and business broker.
As a leadership consultant, Jamar specializes in teaching business owners how to advance their careers through effective leadership, networking, sales and communication skills. Over the last 4 years, Jamar has also been called on by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, the National Association of African-American Insurance Agents, Bethany Christian Services, and others to discuss diversity and inclusion strategies.
Jamar has led trainings for Veolia Water, the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, Indianapolis Power and Light Co., College Mentors for Kids, the American Lung Association, Meeting Planners Inter... Read more
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