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GSB Breakfast Networking Series: 'How to Make a Fabulous First Impression'

January 19, 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Every word counts! Join us for tips make a Fabulous First Impression in 60 Seconds or Less. Learn more.

Where

The City Bar Association Building
42 West 44th Street
New York, NY

Who

Judy Gitstein
Publishing Consultant, Writing Coach & Editor

Brooke Lieb
Presentation Coach

Cost

Members: $20
Non-Members: $20

Registration

Register Online

Other Information

Tickets may be available at the door. PLEASE NOTE: No ticket refunds after Sunday, January 15th, 2006

Questions

George Grace, MBA '86

Event Details

Join the GSB Club of New York for THE GSB BREAKFAST NETWORKING SERIES: 'How to make a Fabulous First Impression,' a Presentation by Judy Gitenstein and Brooke Lieb on Thursday, January 19th, 2006.

Time is of the essence, in business and social situations, so every aspect of your communication is at a premium. Seventy percent of all communication is non-verbal, so how you say what you say is vital and, make no mistake, every word does count. Join Judy Gitenstein, Publsihing Consultant and Writing Coach, and Brooke Lieb, Presentation Coach and creator of the Confidence from the Inside Out System as they share tips to help you make a Fabulous First Impression in 60 Seconds or Less.

Speaker Profiles

Judy Gitstein
Publishing Consultant, Writing Coach & Editor

JUDY GITENSTEIN is a publishing consultant, writing coach, and editor with more than thirty years' experience. She has worked at Dell Publishing, Random House, Avon Books, and Bantam Books and now also works privately with clients who want the professional touch when writing speeches and presentations and when creating websites, brochures and other promotional materials.

Brooke Lieb
Presentation Coach

BROOKE LIEB, creator of the Confidence from the Inside Out System, has coached hundreds of people from all walks of life on presenting themselves authentically, powerfully and with confidence.