Gayle Hallgren-Rezac and Judy Thomson,
authors of, WORK THE POND!
Networking is the art of building relationships--an essential skill for
anyone wanting to build stronger internal networks (bonding) and meaningful
networks into the community (bridging). The problem is, the majority of
people don't like networking. Fifty percent of the population considers
themselves shy. Most people are uncomfortable handing out business cards,
walking into a room of strangers or dealing with conversational 'dead air.'
They'd much rather be back at the "office" doing something more
Gayle Hallgren-Rezac and Judy Thomson, co-authors of, WORK THE POND! Use
the Power of Positive Networking to Leap Forward in Work and Life offer a
simple but powerful philosophy - Positive Networking(TM). This
what-can-I-do-for-you attitude is the key to building extensive,
long-lasting connections, creating social capital and enhancing personal
happiness. Gayle and Judy have helped thousands overcome their fear of
networking. They debunk the myths of networking and teach tips and
techniques that everyone can start using immediately. So, roll up your
sleeves, step out of your comfort zone and learn their trademarked seven
steps of The Network Dance: N.E.T.W.O.R.K.(TM).
Begins March 9th at 4 PM Atlantic - 1 hour Audio Conference
March 9th, 2006 (Followed by March 30, April 13, May 4th and May 18th)
Click dates to REGISTER ON-LINE TODAY!
Participants will master:
* the art of relationship-building
* how to "work the room"
* bonding and bridging
Who Should Participate?
Everyone can benefit from these essential skills.
Key Topics You Will Explore
* The Power of Positive Networking
* The N.E.T.W.O.R.K.(TM) Dance
* Networking Challenges for Women
Method of Instruction
The course is in five modules (Thursdays, March 9 & 30, April 13 and
May 4 & 18). There will be an assignment between each module.
Member: $192.00 + GST
Non-Member: $272.00 + GST
REGISTER at www.thepartnerhsip.ca
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