Working a trade show booth requires you to think on your feet and adapt with each visitor who enters your booth. You’ve got to be prepared for almost anything – kind of like taking a turn on an improv stage.
So in this rebroadcast of Virtual Lunch, edutainer Rebecca P. Murray provides expert tips for how to:
- Develop a hook that will engage attendees
- Use three key transition phrases
- Get beyond “stage fright” in the booth
- Plus … a sprinkle of advice from Mary Poppins and Mr. Rogers
Here are the links to resources mentioned during the interview:
- Rebecca’s website
- Rebecca’s LinkedIn profile
- Improv for Sales tip sheet
- Watch Rebecca’s “Lenore” video (at the top of her Video Skills Training page)
- Here’s where you can watch the entire Virtual Lunch broadcast
About Rebecca Pierce Murray
Edutainer Rebecca P. Murray delivers high-energy virtual and live training for those ready to become confident, creative, and compelling leaders and team players. She infuses irreverent humor, inspiring stories, and entertaining musical theater excerpts into content-rich, high-stick playshops. Audience members eagerly engage in her one-of-a-kind interactive experiences, where they shine as the show’s stars.
Rebecca’s production credits range from 30-second TV commercials to mini-documentaries and live-streamed events. As a power-skills edutainer, speaking coach, and director/producer, she knows everyone can be a star. She’s determined to put clients at ease and bring out their very best – whether they’re in front of another person, a camera, or an audience of thousands.
Rebecca delivers edutaining skill-building through playshops & keynotes, consulting, and adult continuing education at Western Washington University. Her popular one-woman show, The Confidence Equation™, incorporates characters, comedy, song, and a big take-home message highly relevant for today’s audiences.
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