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Professional Development - Networking Works!
28 Oct 2008
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
55 John Street, Metro Hall, Toronto
Member registration - Free
Non-member registration - $20.00 (CAD)
Networking is a must-have capability and an essential professional competency for employees and entrepreneurs at all levels. Yet, few people receive any training on how to network successfully and obtain solid results from their efforts. In this informative, interactive and entertaining seminar, participants will learn:
What networking really is (and what it is not)
The most common mistakes people make when networking (and we all make them)
Why a strong introduction is as essential as a business card (or more important!)
How to play all three networking roles
The power of asking (and why most of us hate to do it)
How to break through shyness (and feel comfortable networking with strangers)
Secrets of networking success
By the end of the session, participants will:
Improve their networking skills with proven and practical techniques that can be implemented immediately.
Develop a strong and engaging personal introduction.
Have multiple offers of support from other participants that address a real-life need identified by the participant.
Have proof in their hands that networking works!
55 John Street
Presentation. Please bring 20 business cards to the session. You will need them for one of the exercises.
Catherine Wakelin is a consultant, professional facilitator and speaker well known for her ability to help organizations think through complex business issues and for her effective facilitation of many hundreds of challenging meetings. Catherine is the author of
Talk about Anything with Your Kids
, a book about how to use the skills of a professional facilitator in the home to dramatically improve parent-child communication. Catherine’s engaging speaking style, stories and interaction wit
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