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<p>Relationships drive business, and good networkers thrive in any environment. This session helps you to become better connected, more confident, and more influential.</p>
Many people find face-to-face networking difficult, even when they’re experienced at it. Often, people mistake quantity for quality, and don’t know how to turn an initial contact into a business relationship.
‘Making Networking Work’ is a highly-interactive, hilarious seminar with a serious point - to help you practise the skills needed to become a better networker.
Why everyone undervalues networking - and what to do about it
When and how to leave a conversation
The best ways to meet people, and how to keep conversations going
How to follow up - properly!
How to create a networking strategy, rather than just handing out business cards and hoping for the best!
How to get referrals
The secret of remembering names
How to use social media
This session is a perfect opener or closer to an event. The highly-interactive nature means that people are on their feet being guided through networking skills throughout the session.
This seminar is perfect for meetings and conferences where networking is important, kick-offs where different departments need to get to know each other, and professional and leadership development events where attendees need to learn the importance of networking.
Incisive, engaging and very funny ... our highest recommendationGE Capital
A terrific presenter ...we've had nothing but positive feedback from guestsGrant Thornton
'Making Networking Work' is uber-interactive and can be run as a workshop, guided masterclass, seminar or 'keynote with audience engagement'.
There's no PowerPoint, and lots of easy and fun guided activitites for the audience to engage in.
The session is based on the real-world demands of networking and so delegates are encouraged to meet each other and practise what they're learning in real time. This means that the session particularly suits events where the delegates don't know each other well, or need to be 'warmed-up'.