SpeakerNet News Teleseminars
How to Get Clients and Audiences
to Market for You—
and How They Can Find Money to Pay You
How to order the recording:
Meeting professionals tell us they are inundated with speakers’ unsolicited calls and materials. If you’re spending lots of money on cold calling and direct mail with disappointing results, why not let other people market for you? Jean will show you how to help your clients willingly tell their colleagues how wonderful you are, and what a great job you will do for them when they hire you! Over 90% of Jean’s business comes from referrals and repeat clients.
You will learn how to:
- Help clients find sponsors to underwrite your fee.
- Develop your own three-part sponsorship guide to provide to your clients so they’ll know how to secure sponsor money for your presentation.
- Show clients how to qualify your session for continuing education credits and contact hours so more people want to attend your session.
- Create a simple tool audiences can use to remember you and market for you.
- Gather contact information for marketing without offending your audience.
- Give audience members a compelling reason to explore your Web site.
- Get testimonials from clients who are too busy to write them — or don’t know how
About our guest expert:
Blending her Southern warmth, wit and wisdom with a common-sense approach to life, CSP Jean Gatz shares real-life solutions people can apply in their personal and professional lives. She presents keynotes and general sessions for clients in healthcare, business and industry, education, government and associations. Voted one of the Top Ten speakers at the largest human resource conference in the world, Jean is a recognized expert on work/life balance, communication, leadership and career development.
Jean’s book, How to Be the Person Successful Companies Fight to Keep, co-authored with Connie Podesta, has been published by Simon & Schuster and translated into several languages.
Jean is a past president of the New Orleans chapter of NSA and has presented concurrent sessions at several NSA conventions and winter workshops.