You don't have to be an extrovert to be good at networking, and you don't have to be fake. Learn networking strategies to network authentically and connect with people you actually like.
- Have you ever been to a networking event where you didn't know anyone and felt horribly uncomfortable? Or, have you had someone glom onto you and try to push their product? Forget all that. That is not networking. That's bad networking. I am Dorie Clark, author of Stand Out Networking, and in this course, we're going to talk about how to create real relationships, in a fun and authentic way, that pay off for your business. This isn't about being slick or mercenary.
It's about succeeding by being yourself, and connecting with people you actually like. We'll talk about how to prioritize your networking, what events to go to, how to host your own events, how to follow up, techniques for using social media, and more. So if you're ready, let's get started.
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- Prioritizing contacts
- Building meaningful connections
- Managing your time
- Hosting networking events
- Networking on social media