In this era of super-fast communication, a vital skill is making connections and putting them into play in both your personal and professional life.
In fact, a major part of your success depends on getting things done with the help of others.
The ability to build meaningful alliances helps you accomplish goals for both yourself and those you support. Most important, by developing your networking skills you’ll be better prepared to handle the rapid changes often taking place in today’s dynamic organizations.
Plus, you’ll achieve credibility and influence as you learn how to effectively exchange resources with other key players at all levels in and outside your company.
In a nutshell, this program examines key skills that can make you a more valuable member of your management support team. You’ll hear proven strategies and learn steps you can take by exploring:
- The dos and don’ts of building a strong internal and external network
- How to identify and leverage your existing network of contacts
- Typical barriers to building strong alliances in organizations and how to overcome them
- Success traits of savvy, smart networkers
- Practical strategies for strengthening your alliances
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Jennifer Kahnweiler, PhD, is a global speaker and author based in Atlanta, GA, who is known as the “Champion of Introverts.” Her bestselling books The Introverted Leader, Quiet Influence and The Genius of Opposites have been translated into 16 languages.
Jennifer has spoken at hundreds of organizations, including GE, NASA and the U.S. Embassy in Vietnam. She is a highly regarded faculty member of the American Management Association and was the “Madrina” (Godmother) speaker at the Universidad Americana’s Commencement in Paraguay. Dr. Kahnweiler has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and Time magazine.