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Whitlow's On Wilson
Communicating with Confidence, Power and Persuasion with Liz Wainger & PSPWN Annual Meeting (1)
Ever wondered what a personal brand is comprised of? Or wanted to get started in building your brand? Join us as expert, Liz Wainger, tells us how to establish our personal brand!
Time & Location
Time is TBD
Whitlow's On Wilson, 2854 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201, USA
About the event
In today’s hyper connected, always- on world, those who lead and succeed are those who can communicate clearly and effectively. Your talent and smarts will only take you so far. How well you can connect, convince in and influence is what wins the day.
In this lively and highly interactive talk, communications and business consultant Liz Wainger will show you the critical skills that let you exude confidence, build audience trust, influence outcomes and promote action. Whether you are pitching a new idea to your boss, interviewing for that dream job or working to land that important client, you will learn practical tools that you can put to work immediately.
About Liz Wainger
Liz Wainger is a communications advisor, writer and speaker who has spent more than two decades showing executives and their teams how to frame and deliver messages that win hearts, minds and business. She is the founder of a strategic communications firm, Wainger Group, where she has developed campaigns, strategies and coaching workshops for Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, nonprofits and government agencies that inspire action and achieve results. She is author of the book, Prism of Value: Connect, Convince and Influence When It Matters. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Washington Business Journal and on Huffington Post.
Are you interested in getting more involved in the Penn State Alumni Network? We have great opportunities for you to join our board to contribute your talents as we work to continue to build our network, create new alumni connections, and continue to focus on professional development topics!
The meeting will also feature an election of members to our available positions and networking. We encourage past, new and current members to get involved! Please contact Erin Kimsey (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested in joining the PSPWN Board or want more information about getting involved!
We have several open positions, including:
As well as opportunities to co-chair the following committees:
- Professional Development
- Penn State Pride
*All positions require membership to PSPWN as well as the Penn State Alumni Association.
NOTE: We will be in the private room in the left rear of Whitlow's. Appetizers will be provided.
PSPWN Annual Meeting