A Fresh Networking Mindset: Building Professional Relationships In a Way That Works
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR:
The way we’re networking isn’t working. Somewhere along the way we came to the conclusion that networking was about being extraverted and attending events. You will be relieved to know that it has never been about these things. And now, in the age of coronavirus, we have the opportunity to revisit what it really means to build and maintain a professional network.
Join us for an interactive seminar with Heather Hollick, the author of Helpful: A Guide to Life, Careers, and the Art of Networking. Heather will share a fresh mindset for networking and answer your questions on how to build a web of strong professional relationships in a way that honors who you are, She’ll also share how to use LinkedIn as a powerful tool for meeting with people, making introductions, and managing your network as well as how to be your best at meetings and events — from the preparations in advance to working the room once you get there.
You can learn more about Heather’s book and her approach to networking at heatherhollick.com/helpful.
ABOUT THE GUEST SPEAKER:
Heather Hollick is a teacher, writer, and coach in the areas of networking, careers, leadership development, and team dynamics. She has a global perspective with a background in education, IT, HR, consulting, and volunteer organizations. She has worked across the US, in Canada, and in the UK, spanning companies such as Cisco Systems, MetLife, United Healthcare, Blackberry, and the pension department of the British government. Heather earned an MBA from the University of California at Berkeley and an M.S. in applied mathematics from Purdue University.
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