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Networking in the New Year
January 24 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm ESTFree
Over the last few years many professionals have gotten out of practice when it comes to networking. If this sounds like you, please come to MDG’ Boston’s virtual event and let Lisa Sasso help you to become more effective at this necessary skill. She will go over how to make a memorable impression, identify people who can help you, how to maintain meaningful connections, and how to digitally connect.
You will leave with your new elevator pitch for 2024. You will have time to practice it live with others during Zoom breakout sessions and you will also learn how to network virtually and in person.
About Lisa Sasso
Lisa is a certified Executive coach and an entrepreneur who empowers medical device professionals to achieve their personal and professional goals, maintain work/life balance, and ultimately reach their greatest potential. Lisa has coached hundreds of Medical Device Professionals in the last 16+ years.
She also assists in transitioning into the Medical Device industry, climbing the corporate ladder, and on-boarding into new companies. She is the published author of Motivation Now! Prior to coaching, Lisa was president/CEO of RADI Medical Systems, Inc. where she grew revenue from $0 to $28 million in less than 6 years with profitability from year 1.
Lisa received a BA in Marketing as well as a BA in Economics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. While working at USCI, the Cardiology Division of CR Bard, Lisa earned an MBA in Management from Bentley University’s Graduate School of Business, where she graduated with honors. Lisa is also a graduate of Coaches Training Institute (CTI), where she received her coaching accreditation and certification. Lisa is also a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC). She is a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF), where she received her Professional Certified Coach (PCC) certification.
Lisa was the 2nd President of MDG Boston and is now Board Emeritus (serving from 2004-present). For 13 years, Lisa also organized and moderated MDG Boston’s popular, “Transitioning into & within the Medical Device Industry Networking event.” Lisa is married to her high school sweetheart, John, and has a miracle son, John Robert.