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Dale Carnegie Trainer Set To Give Networking Primer

Martin Romjue
Posted on January 28, 2015
LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Networking for business is like working out for fitness. You have to keep doing it to stay healthy, and there's always something to be learned or gained.

John Rodgers, a Dale Carnegie Training speaker, will lead a "B4 Business Networking Session" Tuesday, March 17 at 8:20 a.m. As a guided hour of networking, Rodgers will present two types of skills that can enhance your networking approach. Attendees should leave their comfort zones behind, as they will connect with at least eight new people in this session.

Rodgers also will lead a session immediately following called "Build Credibility & Boost Sales by Handling Difficult Objections."

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John Rodgers has been a Dale Carnegie instructor since 1989 and has gained international recognition by Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc. as one of the top marketing associates and instructors in the world. He is the franchise owner for JR Rodgers & Associates, Inc., the Dale Carnegie Training sponsor in Pittsburgh, Milwaukee and Las Vegas. Rodgers holds an undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University and a graduate degree from Shippensburg University.

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