Danielle Di-Masi is a business etiquette expert who specialises in behaviours, human interaction and in building effective business relationships through connection and rapport and importantly, trust. She is a leading expert in digital relationships; helping professionals build relationships online and in this changing business landscape.
She is a speaker, columnist, award-winning business blogger and trainer. Danielle is the resident business etiquette expert for Network Ten & the University of NSW.
Danielle is passionate about assisting how an individual interacts in their environment, be it professional or social.
She is always pushing to find the newest and most exciting papers, research and developments in order to draw new insights and content that is relevant to her audiences, readers and clients to make an impact.
Danielle has worked and presented for some of the biggest companies and events in Australia and the US, such as Deloitte, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Telstra, Qantas, University of NSW, Australian Graduate School of Management, Australia School of business, CPA, Chamber of Commerce, Business Enterprise Centres, Association of Financial Advisers, GenJuice, Golden Door Retreat and many others.
She also has represented Australia speaking at a Ted event with her talk viewed by over 34,000 people worldwide.
Danielle has been a featured business expert for Cosmopolitan, The Australian Financial Review, The Sydney Morning Herald, Body & Soul, Madison, GQ, Cleo, Knowledge @AustraliaSchoolofBusiness, Yahoo Small Business, finance and lifestyle, ABC Radio, 2UE Radio, Dynamic Business and for Channel Ten and Channel Seven.
With Danielle you will learn simple techniques to connect with your business associates on a deeper level, on and offline. Once you learn how to build rapport instantly you will benefit in all areas of your business; growth in sales, in your network connections, personal relationships, communication, strength in your brand, referrals and the list is endless and this is just by having a little more awareness of how your business relationships work and having effective digital relationships is the competitive advantage.
For Danielle, it is all about providing information that clicks with you to help you click with others.