WOMAN KEYNOTE SPEAKER AND TRAINER, BESTSELLING AUTHOR, CONVERSATION EXPERT, COMMUNICATION GURU, NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SPOKESPERSON, BUSINESS NETWORKING AUTHORITY, MASTER OF MINGLING
Debra Fine is a nationally recognized expert on communication skills, presenting motivational keynotes, training programs, seminars and workshops for organizations that include Google, Hyatt Regency Hotels, Van Cleef and Arpel, National Environment Health Association, Cisco Systems, The Texas Association of School Boards, Alaska Forum on the Environment, PCL Construction, First Data Corporation, COMERICA Bank, Sacramento Association of Realtors, NASA, The United States Treasury Department, and the University Of Chicago Booth Graduate School of Business along with hundreds of insurance, technology, engineering, telecom, government, construction, real estate, legal, financial and health care associations.
Enjoy Debra’s fast paced, informative, entertaining, and interactive keynotes and training seminars at your next corporate or association event!
Funny and Informative
Debra presents keynote speeches and programs for corporations and associations nationally and internationally that combine humor and interactions offering concrete skills and tools. Her keynote presentations and workshops offer attendees the ability to develop and cultivate outstanding conversation skills, mingling tips and business networking techniques that result in meeting new people, recruiting new prospects, gaining visibility, increasing referrals, enhancing customer/client interaction and developing and growing successful organizations. Debra teaches conversation techniques, business networking tips, mingling skills to help leaders, groups and stakeholders’ alike reach new levels of achievement and does so in an entertaining, informative and interactive manner.
A Lot to Offer
Female keynote speaker Deb Fine, a former engineer turned internationally-recognized speaker and bestselling author, was recently described in the Denver Post as “a mixture of stand-up comic, therapist, and teacher”. Her fast-paced, entertaining, and interactive presentations focus on building business relationships and networking skills. Audiences laugh, learn, and leave with insightful informative tips on:
1. Striking up conversations and keeping them going
2. Mingling with ease
3. Using the perfect icebreaker
4. Coming across as composed and self-assured when talking to people or entertaining clients at conventions, trade shows, meetings, and other work related functions
5. Becoming “active” listeners
6. Avoiding conversation “killers”
7. Remembering names and mastering introductions
8. Exiting with tact
9. Experiencing more ease at meetings, parties, networking occasions and while interacting with both sponsors and prospects
Professional and Experienced Female Keynote Speaker
Debra Fine is a 20 year professional member of the National Speakers Association and has presented regularly for Fortune 500 firms as well as financial, legal, health care, real estate, technology, government and engineering organizations across the country and around the world. Debra’s clients include Google, Women’s Council of Realtors, General Electric, Vail Associates, Hyatt Hotels, The Texas Association of School Boards, University of Chicago’s Booth Graduate School of Business, the American Bar Association, and Lockheed Martin. Her recent media appearances include the Today Show, CNN, The Early Show, and NPR Morning Edition. Debra’s book The Fine Art of Small Talk How to Start a Conversation, Keep it Going, Build Rapport and Leave a Positive Impression (Hyperion) and her newest book in the Fine Art series: The Fine Art of the Big Talk: How to Win Clients, Deliver Great Presentations, and Solve Conflicts at Work (Hyperion) are bestsellers across the United States and translated/published around the world. She is a 21 year member of the Rotary Club of Denver Southeast for which she has served as President. Debra lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and their four children.
TRANSFORMING SENIOR LEADERS AND THEIR TEAMS, FROM SMALL STARTUPS TO GLOBAL CORPORATIONS.
1. Business Networking Techniques – Mingling Tips
2. Rapport Building Tools – Conversation Skills
3. Every Conversation is an Opportunity for Success