Mandi Morgan’s Keynote at SCORE 7th Annual Women Business Owners Conference
Big congratulations to Mandi Morgan, Regional Vice President, and Executive Consultant at Dale Carnegie of Orange County, for giving a flawless keynote address at the SCORE 7th Annual Women Business Owners Conference. The event, held on October 17th, included a CEO Panel Discussion, breakfast, lunch, and lots of networking opportunities. All in all, the event did a great job at arming attendees with game-changing, actionable skills that will boost business success.
The event also featured two other business leaders:
- Giselle Chapman, keynote speaker, delivered a keynote to inspire the performance of CEOs, business owners, and their organizations
- Victoria Byrne, Marketing Strategist, spoke about utilizing business websites as effective sales tools that collect leads and earn sales.
Partnership With SCORE
Nationally, SCORE and Dale Carnegie have supported millions of organizations and individuals across the United States, all to educate and empower entrepreneurs and small business owners. This year, Dale Carnegie of Orange County was a proud supporter of the Orange County chapter of SCORE, whose volunteers help future business leaders launch and scale organizations. SCORE offers no-cost mentoring at 23 locations in Orange County as well as free or low-cost workshops like the Oct. 17 event.
About Mandi Morgan
Morgan is a former finance director at General Motors, Ford and Chrysler, and has a background in keynote speaking. Her keynote speech in March 2019 was recognized by Congressman J. Luis Correa for her contributions to the Small Business Administration and the City of Anaheim’s Entrepreneur Lunch & Learn.
On October 17th, Morgan led a discussion on the importance of “all-win” negotiation skills. Morgan teaches these principles at Dale Carnegie of Orange County. Dale Carnegie has earned national acclaim for equipping thousands of organizations and individuals with proven tools, expertise, and support. Most importantly, she focused on the human relations approach to negotiations. For example, transforming “no” answers into “yes” answers by finding a middle ground.
Key Actionable Skills Morgan Shared:
- Importance of Planning and Preparation
- Eight Characteristics of Successful Negotiators
- Four Stages of Win-Win Negotiations
- Common Negotiation Mistakes
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