What Not to Say
Wed, Jan 11, 2012 | 9:30 – 11am
of The Carruthers Group
What is Boost Biz Ed?
Boost Biz Ed is both a networking event and educational event inspired the conviction that small business has the unique opportunity to change the world.
Boost Biz Ed fuels world changers by tapping proven business experts, drawing out transformative insights, and presenting them in a format for easy consumption and intention for immediate action.
How is this event special?
We all understand the importance of the “first impression”. In most cases, there’s only one chance, and it’s lasting effect can either promote or taint our future opportunities. You may have the best suit or custom made Italian loafers but at the end of the interaction, how did you leave the other person feeling? Did you fill them up and leave them wanting more – or did you perform the proverbial fly-by? Join us January 11 as Matt Rowe shares how to make the most of your “first impression”.
How will I be empowered to action?
- The four main personality types…and which one best fits you
- A key marketing strategy that will make a lasting impression
Where is this event?
Corporate Office Centers
4643 Ulster Street, 8th Floor, Denver, CO, 80237
Who is Matt Rowe?
Matt is a graduate of Industrial Psychology, was a President of a manufacturing company by age twenty-three, Executive Vice President of a 200-person family company before the age of thirty and in 2010 merged his own budding niche printing business. He has been featured in the Denver Business Journal, Colorado Small Business Development Center Entrepreneur Spotlight and seen on Colorado’s NBC and CBS News.
While Matt was Executive Vice President, he was trained and then facilitated the principals of Nero-Linguistic Programming and Marston’s model of DiSC. He developed the “Yellow Card” system that held his team accountable in conversations. He has been teaching people “What Not to Say” for over five years. Matt’s vision is to make a positive difference with laughter, love and a belief that every day can be greater when we strive for better conversations.