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Workshop: Finding and Cultivating Your Firm Ambassador Skills

Picture everyone in your firm talking up the latest project success, sharing a funny story about a ground-breaking celebration, relaying what it feels like to be a member of an organization where people really care about their clients and each other. Sound a bit far-fetched? Join us as we discuss how to create a firm ambassador culture.

Here’s What You’ll Take Away from the Workshop

What it means to be an ambassador • How to redefine our relationships with our colleagues at work • How best to prepare for outreach and connecting opportunities • Tools for “making it about them” and how it creates a ripple effect.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is designed for anyone interested in enhancing their connecting and outreach skills within the built environment.

More about Jacqueline Loewe

Jackie Loewe is passionate about helping people become better connectors, even those who think it is not their thing. Working for over 29 years in the architecture, engineering and construction industry, Jackie has been an equity partner of an A/E firm and a Landscape Architecture firm. Currently, as the Founding Partner of Sheridan Park Consulting, she provides relationship building training, presentation training and coaching services to our industry. She is an Adjunct Faculty Professor at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering where she teaches a Master’s course, Business Development for Project Managers, and an On-line Master’s course, Creating a Firm-Ambassador Culture. Her favorite student is her dog, Kai, aka “Shy Kai”, an introvert but quick with a tail wag.

A native of Columbus, Ohio and a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, Ms. Loewe has lived in the Chicago area all of her adult life. She is renovating a 1901-built, arts and crafts- designed home in the Dover Street Landmark District of Sheridan Park in Chicago. She is a dog lover and enjoys golfing and cycling.


CBC Member: $295

Non-Member: $325


Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger, Chicago

Don’t miss this CBC Discovery Workshop Original!

Venue Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger
Address 135 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 3800 (Training Room)
Chicago IL 60603, US
Starts Wed Oct 3 2018, 8:30am CDT
Ends Wed Oct 3 2018, 11:30am CDT