PO Box 920559
Needham, MA 02492



Beyond Small Talk

Date(s) - 02/17/2022
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join us!

I’m hosting a free virtual business networking workshop on Thursday, February 17th at 2pm Eastern time.

This live event is perfect for business networking types who want practical information they can use immediately to network more effectively.

Some early advice I got when I started my first business was to go out and network and develop my my centers of influence.

So I joined Chambers of Commerce, sat in on networking groups, attended tons of networking events.

Networking sure kept me busy, but it wasn’t leading to any new clients.

So I applied my engineering mind to fill in the gaps between “develop your centers of influence” and what I should be doing, each day, to make myself more referrable.

In this interactive workshop, I’ll take you step-by-step through what I learned.

We’ll cover the five foundational skills that turn strangers into reliable referral sources. You’ll learn a new way of thinking about networking that makes it fun, energizing, and productive. And best of all, you’ll learn a simple technique for figuring out whether someone will send you referrals or just waste your time.

Here, in a nutshell, are the five concepts:
1. Pick the Right Events
2. Identify the Right People
3. Trust is Earned
4. Connect using Professional Introductions
5. Hello, again! (Effective Follow Up)

I’ll show you how the pieces fit together and you’ll leave the workshop with a handful of practical ideas that you can use immediately to get better leads from your current business networking efforts.

We’ll also talk about my 3-month online program (Network More Effectively) and I’ll be happy to answer any questions you have about it or the concepts we just covered.

Registration is free seating is unlimited.

Reserve your spot now to avoid missing out.

We’ll send you the log-in info and a reminder before the call.

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