MSA | How To Make Every Sales Meeting Meaningful

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MSA | How To Make Every Sales Meeting Meaningful

Date: November 13, 2018
  • 7:30 am - 11:00 am
Location: Midland Hills Country Club
Please See Registration Link Below

Brought to you by MN Subcontractors Association and Construction Financial Management Association.
When: Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Time: 7:30 -   8:00 am Check-in / Buffet Breakfast / Networking
8:00 - 11:00 am Program / Q & A
Where: Midland Hills Country Club
2001 Fulham Street, Roseville
Cost: $49   MSA / CFMA Member
$69   Non-Member
$250 Event Sponsor

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4 calls, 8 emails, and 16 hours of research led up to this moment. 
Congratulations, you’ve made their short list. Ensure the hours, days, or weeks you and your prospect invested leading up to your sales meeting are meaningful. Join us in an interactive session with other members of MSA and learn the following:
How To Make Every Sales Meeting Meaningful
- Four mantras to guide planning for sales meetings
- Insight into psychological progression of customers
- Process successful sales meetings follow
- Three frameworks for strategic communication​


Patrick Finnegan
Managing Director & Trainer
Dale Carnegie of Minnesota

In his role, Patrick provides executive coaching, consulting and training in sales, sales management, leadership, and business partnering and customer service. One of his career highlights, to-date, was delivering management training to a client in Europe with eight other Dale Carnegie Training facilitators, in five different languages.
Patrick has coached and trained executives, business professionals, physicians, and attorneys in the Healthcare, Government and IT industry.
Patrick has 20 years of experience in the Healthcare and IT industry. Prior to joining Dale Carnegie Patrick worked for Wyeth Laboratories and GE Healthcare.
In his free time, Patrick enjoys spending time with his family, taking trips to the Boundary Waters and listening to ‘80s rock!

Bridget Hallstrom
Strategic Account Executive
Dale Carnegie of Minnesota. 

In her role, Bridget helps individuals, teams and organizations see and articulate possibilities within their reach, to drive results to the bottom line. Bridget’s clients and participants have seen more collaborative work teams, increased engagement levels, and long term professional goal achievements. 
Prior to joining Dale Carnegie, Bridget earned her bachelor’s in Accounting from Iowa State University and worked in the Financial Services and Professional Staffing industries. 
Bridget resides in Edina, Minnesota with her husband Mark. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and friends as well as volunteering in the local community.