Join us on Thursday, October 25, 2012 as Carey McBeth, a nationally recognized business professionalism trainer, as she provides you with hints, tips and tricks to help you to bridge the gap between traditional networking and online networking.
The way we communicate with potential clients has changed rapidly. Blogging, tweeting and generating Facebook “friends” is one way to get clients, but these tools aren’t right for everybody. In today’s highly social business arena, success can still be attributed to good old fashioned person-to-person networking.
11:00 A.M. – 2 P.M. Thursday October 25th, 2012
Sutton Place Hotel, 845 Burrard ST, Vancouver
Carey McBeth is a nationally recognized business professionalism & etiquette expert. She is dedicated to helping individuals increase their professionalism, improve their people skills, and enhance their personal brand.
Since graduating from The Protocol School of Washington® in 2002, Carey has provided training programs, keynotes and individual coaching to Fortune 500 companies, universities and international
conferences. She currently delivers business etiquette training programs at BC’s two largest universities:
the University of British Columbia (Sauder School of Business) and Simon Fraser University (Beedie School of Business).
Professionally trained in broadcast and media communications, Carey has appeared on CBC Newsworld, Global News, CTV, Breakfast Television and Shaw Media. She has also been featured or quoted in
the top national and international publications including The Globe and Mail, The National Post, The Toronto Star, The Montreal Gazette, The Vancouver Sun, The Province, Business in Vancouver and BC Business Magazine.