Wednesday, February 12, 2014
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Wealth Advisory Group LLC
355 Lexington Avenue, 9th Floor
New York City
Amy Salo, Vice President, Wealth Advisory Group LLC
Jane Wesman, President, NAWBO-NYC
Fee: NAWBO-NYC: Free / Non-Member: $35
Build your million-dollar business with NAWBO-NYC’s Morning Power Track. This unique event is a great way to start your day with a light breakfast and a chance to met everyone in the room. We make the introductions, so it’s a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Each Power Track event also features a lively conversation with a business authority who shares her experiences with us all. You’ll be able to ask questions and add your own insights as well. Join us for a stimulating discussion and a chance to meet other successful women entrepreneurs.
On February 12, 2014, Jane Wesman, NAWBO-NYC President, will interview Leslie Grossman, author of LINK OUT: How to Turn Your Network into a Chain of Lasting Connections. According to Leslie, the typical ways of communicating and networking don’t serve the purpose of building strong, long-term connections that result in business success. She will discuss strategies for developing collaborative relationships that influence others to aid in achieving our goals as well as their own.
Leslie Grossman is a leadership and business development expert. Prior to starting Leslie Grossman Leadership, a consulting and strategic program development company, she co-founded the Women’s Leadership Exchange. She was also founder of her own integrated marketing agency – CMA/B2Women.
Leslie has been helping companies, professionals, executives and business owners achieve success for 25 years. She used her integrated relationship-based strategy to launch and grow Women’s Leadership Exchange as a national program producing more than 85 conferences for women business owners with a diverse community of over 65,000 fans and Fortune 100 corporate partners. Her first book was SELLSATION! How Companies Can Capture Today’s Hottest Market: Women Business Owners and Executives.