Denver, Colorado, United States
A former engineer Debra Fine established her Denver based company The FINE Art of Small Talk to teach all variety of C-Level, manager and stake holder, along with the spouse who is dragged along to banquets and meetings conversation skills for use at business networking events, conventions and meetings, trade shows, as well as when interacting with clients, customers and patients.
Fine studied the art of conversation as diligently as she had once studied engineering.
A member of the National Speakers Association Fine receives high accolades from her clients, which include Cisco Systems, Wells Fargo Banks, Hinckley, Allen and Snyder LLP, Spectra Energy, The US Treasury Department, Toyota, the University of Chicago Booth Graduate School of Business, Lockheed Martin, Vermont Law School and hundreds of associations including insurance, real estate, legal, financial, engineering/technology, health care, and Chambers of Commerce and civic organizations across the country.
Debra is also a member of Rotary International serving on the board of her club during her membership over the past 18+ years. In addition she is a past member of the Advisory Council of the University Of Colorado School Of Engineering, Mountain States Anti-Defamation League and the Communities Advisory Council of the Junior League.
Debra authored the best-selling books The Fine Art of Small Talk How to Start a Conversation, Keep it Going, Build Rapport and Leave a Positive Impression (Hyperion) and the most recent in the Fine Art series: The Fine Art of Big Talk: How to Win Clients, Deliver Great Presentations, and Solve Conflicts at Work (Hyperion). Debra’s recent media appearances include The Today Show, CNN, The Early Show, and NPR Morning Edition. She currently travels the country as a corporate motivational speaker.
Female Keynote Speaker, Trainer, Bestselling Author
Enjoy Debra’s fast paced, informative, entertaining, and interactive keynotes and training seminars at your next corporate or association event!
Funny and Informative
Debra presents keynote speeches and programs for corporations and associations nationally and internationally that combine humor and interactions offering concrete skills and tools.
Her keynote presentations and workshops offer attendees the ability to develop and cultivate outstanding conversation skills, mingling tips and business networking techniques that result in meeting new people, recruiting new prospects, gaining visibility, increasing referrals, enhancing customer/client interaction and developing and growing successful organizations.
Debra teaches conversation techniques, business networking tips, mingling skills to help leaders, groups and stakeholders’ alike reach new levels of achievement and does so in an entertaining, informative and interactive manner.
FINE ART OF BUILDING BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS
THE FINE ART OF SMALL TALK
THE FINE ART OF BUILDING BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS FOR LEADERS
THE FINE ART OF BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS AND CULTIVATING COMMUNITY
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Dispatch Broadcast Group02/04/2022 at 4:06 pm
Dispatch Broadcast Group
“Your presentation, while delivered in a very humorous and light manner, provided us with very valuable guidelines and suggestions to enable our sellers to better communicate with their clients.
It was a pleasure to meet you and have you address our group.”
American Marketing Association02/04/2022 at 4:06 pm
American Marketing Association
“Our capacity crowd was the highest at an AMA program in two years!
Many people I spoke with following the program complimented the humorous and realistic way in which you approached the topic of conversational skills – a very relevant topic with holiday networking functions upon us. The way in which you interacted with and involved the audience was fantastic, and it brought home the point of personal connection and name recognition that you made in your presentation.”
Women Presidents’ Organization02/04/2022 at 4:06 pm
Women Presidents’ Organization
“I really appreciate and recognize your contribution and feel that you set a great tone for the entire conference. I am extremely grateful for your willingness to extend yourself and I hope you realize how truly wonderful you and your presentation were. The substance of your presentation was extremely helpful in beginning the networking process. You held the attention of two hundred very demanding women who rarely sit through a meeting without planning their escape, and who can hardly keep their mouths shut for a moment to listen. Indeed, they listened to you.”
Texas Statewide Telephone Cooperative02/04/2022 at 4:05 pm
Texas Statewide Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
“Thanks so much for your wonderful keynote presentation at the TSTCI Accountants/Bookkeepers meeting last week. It was a great way to start the day’s sessions. It really got everyone’s energies flowing for the rest of the meeting. It’s hard to believe you were ever an engineer!”
Texas Dental Association02/04/2022 at 4:05 pm
Texas Dental Association
“We heard many great comments about your educational program. Let me give you a few examples:
Bring Debra back next year! She’s great! All the information she discussed can be used in personal life, as well as professional life.
Debra was a great speaker. She kept it fun, exciting, and interesting. I learned a lot!
Speaker was excellent! Thank you for bringing her!”