This week, Tina Keats joins me again to discuss the ins and outs of working the room. Knowing how to successfully take advantage of being around large groups of people is important if you are going to win your election. Learn practical things that you need to know in order to thrive in this type of setting.
I am excited to have Tina join me today to share practical tips with you on what to do and what not to do when you are trying to work a room. Let us help you be successful so that you can have your best shot to win your election and make a difference in your community! Besides meeting people is fun.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Where to work a room– learn different places that you should try to be at in order to meet constituents and work the room
- What to do first– learn the first thing you need to do when you walk into a crowded room or area
- What to have with you– learn things that you should bring with you in order to make the most of your interactions
- What to say– learn what to say when you first meet people in order to get their attention and their vote
- What not to say– learn the most important thing to not say when you meet someone to save yourself a lot of embarrassment
- How to collect contact information– learn why you want to collect contact information and what to ask to do so
- Why handshakes matter– learn what your handshake could be saying about you, and how to change it
Kristina Keat’s Bio: Available here
Transcript: Available here
Thank you for listening!