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Susan RoAne

  • Healthcare
  • Author:  Finding Gifts in Everyday Life
  • Teacher
  • Professional Speaker
Topics:
  • Connectivity: The Human Touch in a Digital World
  • Super-NATURAL Selling
  • How to Work a Room™
  • What Do I Say Next?: Schmooze or Lose
  • How to Work a Trade Show
  • When Mingling is Mandatory
Susan RoAne leads a double life… as a best-selling author and a keynote speaker… whose practical, informative and interactive presentations are known for her " dynamite sense of humor."
 

93% of adults think of themselves as shy.

According to research at Stanford and Harvard Universities, the #1 skill for success in the 21st Century is the ability to talk to other people. Small talk is important because it leads to big talk, big business, and best friends.
    1 million copies sold worldwide!

Susan RoAne is the nation's undisputed and original networking expert and has over 20,000 references on google.com. She has been featured in such diverse tomes as The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Sydney Telegraph, Boston Globe, LA Times, The Financial Times of London, Cooking Light, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Entrepreneur, Harvard Management Communication Newsletter, New Zealand Herald, Men's Health, Maxim Men's Magazine, The National Enquirer and the Philadelphia Inquirer. She has appeared on radio and television throughout the world on including NPR, CNN, CNNfn, CNBC, The BBC, Today Show of Australia and many more.

Susan, aka The Mingling Maven® has spoken for Boeing, Wells Fargo Bank, Salomon Smith Barney, Dana Corporation, National Association of Television Producers and Executives, American Payroll Assn, Monsanto, Exxon, National Football League and Hershey Chocolate.

Susan has been a guest lecturer for NYU's Publishing School as well as a return guest speaker for Summer Publishing Institute. She has taught the concepts of working a room and communicating at UCLA, Wharton, University of Chicago School of Business, Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley and University of Hawaii.
 

Connectivity: The Human Touch in a Digital World

  • Maintaining our interpersonal skills in an impersonal, internet world is difficult, and, yet, essential for success.

Super-NATURAL Selling

  • With competition in the marketplace being keen, the ability to build referrals is beyond the cutting edge; it is the lifeblood of a sale and a successful business.
How to Work a Room™
Based on her international best-seller, "How to Work a Room"
  • "A room full of strangers" is identified as our #1 fear, yet most of us enter these rooms and face strangers OFTEN. These events are a source of professional and personal contacts. If we are uncomfortable when attending them, we miss opportunities.
What Do I Say Next?: Schmooze or Lose
  • According to research at Harvard University and Stanford University, the people who will succeed in the year 2000 will be the people who can talk with other people. The ability to converse with ease is a key component of leadership as well as personal and professional success.

    Overcoming shyness is a path to success.
How to Work a Trade Show
  • The trade show/convention is an unique opportunity to increase your base of contacts, to buy and sell products and services and to have fun. You can rise to the challenge and seize the golden opportunity with proper preparation and planning.
When Mingling is Mandatory
  • Clients ask me to help their exhibitors increase the return on their exhibit investment and to provide "mingling tips" for their convention audience. This incredible combination of two tremendously successful programs makes the big business of trade shows pay off.
"Thank you for an awesome, mind-moving presentation to our Health Care Marketing and Professional Relations teams in Indianapolis. You not only entertained us but trained us on how to develop relationships with both our external and internal customers. Our teams have found their new skills especially beneficial in developing productive communications and relationships with their peers and new internal Procter & Gamble customers, Your book, "How To Work A Room," is an effective training guide on how to develop longlasting, results-oriented relationships."

James. L. Knepler
Manager, Professional Relations

Procter & Gamble
   

"Your genuine nature, sense of humor, and warmth coupled with your speaking ability make you a very dynamic speaker who is at the same time accessible. These qualities are undoubtedly why you have experienced so much success in your endeavors. Thank you very much for embracing our membership and for sharing your valuable advice. I would happily recommend you to any professional organization looking to perfect their networking skills."

Shirley Bovone King
President

Northern California Concierge Association
    

"I am pleased that we were able to bring you to Toledo to speak to our general managers of Dana Corporation. Your program offered the right combination of strategies, information, how to's and humor, and you delivered it with enthusiasm.
Your presentation, "How to Work a Room," was appropriate, appreciated and enjoyed by our managers and their spouses. You did your homework and wove research into the program. Great information, terrific speaker, easy to work with and fun!"

B. N. COLE
President, Heavy Vehicles

Dana Corporation, North American Operation
  

 

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