Manage your Mingling - networking skills workshop
Where: Goldbrick House, 69 Park St, BS1 5PB
When: 03 February 2010 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Networking is now more important than ever, given the economic climate. If you???re worried about redundancies or are looking to find more work, your next step could be down to who you know, not what you know.
Yet for many, the thought of walking into a room full of strangers is enough to bring them out in a cold sweat. If you???ve been to a networking event before but not enjoyed it, are unsure about how to approach a group of strangers, or find it difficult to succinctly answer the what-do-you-do question, then you may want to come along to our networking workshop.
You???ll learn how to:
- read body language
- approach groups of strangers with confidence
- ensure your introduction is interesting
- end conversations gracefully and purposefully
- maximise your opportunities before, during and after the event.
As well as learning lots, we structure the session so you can maximise your business opportunities. So don???t be surprised if you come away with some great contacts too.
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As a result of being on the course many delegates have developed profitable new relationships – both during and after the session.
???The program is insightful, concise and full practical tips to develop confidence skills and results. Our delegates returned energized and significantly more confident in their abilities to network effectively. I highly recommend this course by Melissa Kidd.??? Bill Haynes CEO Verridian plc.
???Very valuable session, lots of new ideas and a different perspective I now have on networking.??? James Trezona, Managing Director, Mason Zimbler
???Great seminar last week ??? I feel like I could face a networking event now, rather than want to avoid them! I???ve already put some of the top tips to good use so I can see it will be really beneficial in developing contacts within our industry… Roll on the next networking evening!??? Kate Strudwick, Epoch Design
Entry Cost: Â£55
Posted by: Melissa Kidd | 13-01-2010
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