Edge Talks is an AdvantEdge Workspaces lunch and learn series. It features leaders and experts in the D.C. area presenting on topics ranging from personal development to growing small businesses. This series is a way for the AdvantEdge community to grow together and learn valuable information from experts across diverse fields. So what does it take to be an Edge Talk speaker? Well, they are just like you- small business owners and entrepreneurs! To lead an Edge Talk, you need an area of expertise and the desire to help others through imparting what you know. Read on for why you should be the next (virtual) Edge Talks speaker:
At AdvantEdge Workspaces, we pride ourselves on offering not only exceptional physical workspaces, but an amazing professional community as well. We constantly strive to create fun and innovative programming that brings our clients together. Happy hours and parties are a great way to socialize and network, but we also like to provide a range of events for AdvantEdge clients to attend- especially ones that can help advance our businesses or increase productivity and efficiency.
Couldn’t make it to our 2018 kickoff EdgeTalk? No worries! In this post we recap the three main takeaways from Dawn Shuler’s presentation: Turn Your Customers Into Raving Fans. Shuler is the CEO and founder of The Shuler Group, a consulting firm that works to help clients achieve their goals through team building, employee engagement, sales training, and communication.
August 28, 2014, Washington, DC-
Up and coming non-profit leaders from across the DC Metro area gathered Thursday for a roundtable discussion presented by AdvantEdge Business Centers and TD Bank. Each guest, in the midst of building their own non-profit organization, shared their stories and goals for future success and spoke with representatives from TD Bank about how to make reasonable action plans creating financially bright futures for their organizations.
Every professional knows the importance of communication in the office, but we often neglect communication's unsung hero: listening. This week our new Downtown D.C. Training Room played host to the Listening: The Superhero of Communication workshop.
Facilitator Lou Hampton, a communications professional with 30 years experience and CEO of The Hampton Group, used our 50-person training room to its full potential, guiding a group of captivated tenants in our shared office space on a journey to realize their full listening potential. The state of the art training room takes meeting space to the next level featuring a projector, screen, two high definition televisions, and a sound system with a microphone for the speaker.