Manage your Mingling - networking skills workshop
Where: The Office, St Nicholas House, 31 - 34 High Street, Bristol, BS1 2AW
When: 24 August 2010 2:00pm to 5:00pm
You know how we tend to buy services by asking our network who they’d recommend?
Well if you don’t have a wide network of people who can recommend you, then you’ll be missing out on opportunities. But going to endless networking events is time consuming. And making the most out of every networking opportunity can be difficult, if you haven???t been trained.
So if you find networking frustrating, are unsure about how to approach a group of strangers, or find it difficult to succinctly answer the what-do-you-do question, then come along to this networking skills workshop.
You???ll learn how to:
- expertly read body language (it’s not just about arm-crossing)
- 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, the session is structured so you can maximise your business opportunities. So don???t be surprised if you come away with some great contacts too.
???Really valuable session, lots of new ideas and a different perspective on networking. Very helpful couple of hours??? James Trezona, Managing Director, Mason Zimbler
???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.
These ideas and skills are built on during the next workshop: Make yourself Memorable http://bit.ly/6EL850
Imagine how good you???ll feel when you have some simple tools that can make networking really easy???
For further information: http://manageyourmingling.eventbrite.com/
or please call Melissa Kidd on 0117 315 8531, 07855 105 865
And if you want to read a review of the workshop please follow this link: http://bit.ly/bMpjeI
Entry Cost: 45
Posted by: Melissa Kidd | 09-08-2010
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