Honing your business development skills

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Tracy-Gene G. Durkin and Gaby L. Longsworth, Ph.D from Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox

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This webinar will focus on techniques and skills to develop (and keep) new business. The speakers will discuss various ways to make contacts and build networks to reach potential clients, including how this can be done during these difficult times. Calling on their own personal experiences, they will discuss what worked and what they wished they had done differently, particularly early in their careers. They will also talk about how to focus on and win the business you want, and equally important, how to keep it once you have it.

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