Creating an Elevator Pitch is your One Chance to Impress

Think about how you can connect with your audience emotionally, so you can be prepared and suceed when the moment arises

Training Lessons

  •  What is an Elevator Pitch? (4:20 min)
  •  The Standard Introduction (9:24 min)
  •  Incorporating the 5 E's (11:03 min)
  •  The One Sentence Pitch (13:16 min)

Learning Objectives

  • What is the purpose of an elevator pitch
  • Different elevator pitches for different audiences
  • How does the brain respond to your pitch
  • How to structure your elevator pitch to maintain focus
  • The correct way to introduce yourself in 60 seconds or less
  • How to use the “Tell me More” approach to
  • How to identify your Ideal Customer Profile
  • What part emotions play in connecting with your prospect
  • How to use humor and entertainment in your pitch
  • Why it is important to education while you pitch

Creating Your 30 Second Elevator Pitch

"You only have one chance to make a first impression. This is especially true when making an elevator pitch."

It seems like everyday someone asks you what you do. Most people struggle through that awkward moment and say something that is not memorable. While that might get you past that awkward moment, it won't win you any new clients. Certain approaches turns off the brains of the listeners, like stereotyping yourself, or using the standard introduction. Avoid this and learn to create an introduction that resonate with your target.

In this course, we break down the techniques required to deliver an effective elevator pitch. An effective pitch is one that will be remembered and instill an actionable response. You want them to follow up with you and move the process to the next step. We show you how to execute different pitches for different situations and always get the response you want.

Who is this for?
  • Sales/Business Development
  • Executives
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Investors
  • CFOs
What you'll learn:
  • What is an Elevator Pitch?
  • How to Structure Your Elevator Pitch
  • The Importances of the 5 E's
  • How to define your target customer profile
  • Creating a one sentence introduction