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An Elevator Speech is the colloquial name given to an encounter between an employee and a CEO in an elevator, or between any two people where one might want to take advantage of a fortuitous meeting.  The employee will of course want to take advantage of the encounter, which will be brief in nature, by eloquently and cordially getting a message across.
 
An Elevator Speech is the colloquial name given to an encounter between an employee and a CEO in an elevator, or between any two people where one might want to take advantage of a fortuitous meeting.  The employee will of course want to take advantage of the encounter, which will be brief in nature, by eloquently and cordially getting a message across.
  
[[Table Topics]] responses are very similar to Elevator Speeches, since they are impromptu and brief in nature, and yet they are speeches with an [[opening]], a [[body]] and a [[conclusion]], a make a point.
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[[Table Topics]] responses are very similar to Elevator Speeches, since they are impromptu and brief in nature, and yet they are speeches with an [[opening]], a [[body]] and a [[conclusion]], and make a point.

Latest revision as of 11:35, 17 June 2016

An Elevator Speech is the colloquial name given to an encounter between an employee and a CEO in an elevator, or between any two people where one might want to take advantage of a fortuitous meeting. The employee will of course want to take advantage of the encounter, which will be brief in nature, by eloquently and cordially getting a message across.

Table Topics responses are very similar to Elevator Speeches, since they are impromptu and brief in nature, and yet they are speeches with an opening, a body and a conclusion, and make a point.