Doing business on the golf course is the 21st century equivalent of the three-martini lunch. There is an art to furthering your business interests during and after a round of golf. As one respected in the golf industry, Randall Robertson knows the tactics and shares them with audiences across the country in his successful seminars.
His talks take on a variety of forms and may be customized for your particular environment. During the winter months, a seminar may take place indoors during a sales meeting. In warmer weather, afternoon instruction and a concluding graduation ceremony follow the morning classroom talk to allow for a more complete experience of fun and learning.
Sample topics may include: Do's and Don'ts for Placing the Client at Ease, Advice on Golf Rules & Etiquette, Special Attention for Women as Hosts, the 19th Hole and Follow-up. Comprehensive visuals, video and handout materials are included.
Whether a small group breakout session or keynote convention speech, let R.B. Robertson & Company teach you winning business golf strategies through a seminar tailored to your specific needs.
Example speaking engagements and honoraria:
- Pfizer, Senior Management Business Golf Seminar, 2002, Convent Station, New Jersey
- Fannie Mae, Mid-Year Sales Meeting, June 2000, Reston, Virginia
- National Association of Golf Tournament Directors, 1997 Spring Seminars, Chantilly, Virginia and Monterey, California
- National Association of Golf Tournament Directors, 1996 Winter Conference & Trade Show
- Golf Advisory Panel, Successful Meetings magazine
Note: The panoramic photos running across the top of this page are provided courtesy of Sea Island, a premier island resort located just off the Atlantic side of St. Simons Island, Georgia. Sea Island, site of the 2004 G-8 Summit, has hosted several R.B Robertson & Company corporate golf events. The Lodge at Sea Island is an AAA Five-Diamond and Mobil Five-Star property featuring such special touches such as private butler service and a bagpiper playing each evening at sunset.
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