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What is an Elevator Pitch, and How Can It Help Advance Your Career?
In today’s fast-moving, fast-talking business environment, sometimes you only have seconds to make a good impression.
We call this an elevator pitch. It’s literally 30-60 seconds (or the time you’d be sitting in an elevator) to deliver a memorable and well-crafted synopsis of your background and professional experience.
Your pitch allows you to share expertise and credentials with those who don't know you. When done right, it is the best way to introduce yourself in a compelling manner.
This month, we will continue the February discussion from the Women Executives in Building: Virtual Leadership Series which centered around building your personal brand. Attendees will be divided into small groups so they can learn from and practice an elevator pitch with peers.
Who Should Attend: All female C-Suite executives in the building industry, from association executives to corporate leaders and women–owned and operated businesses.
Event format: This is an opportunity for conversation with other C-Suite female executives in a safe, thought-provoking environment.
Manager, Executive Office, Board & Volunteer Relations
National Institute of Building Sciences