Influence, Education, and Profit: Network for Success
While networking is a powerful tool for sales, it goes far beyond that. Those same tools will help you develop a stronger organization, connect with potential employees or vendors, create powerful strategic relationships, or increase your sphere of influence in your community or industry. If any of these goals (or any other involving contact with other human beings) is important to you, this session will give you the techniques and tactics to succeed.
Participants will learn not only how to make first connections, but the tools to turn those five-minute conversations into long-term, profitable relationships. Take a look at the most successful people in the world and you'll see that they surround themselves with connections that can take them where they want to go. Networking is not just for sales. It's for anyone who wants to lead a life of significance.
How to develop the mindset for successful networking
Breaking the ice and beyond – developing conversational skills for any networking opportunity.
Turning 5-minute conversations into long-term, profitable connections.
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About Greg Peters:
Have you ever felt a little “reluctant” when it comes to networking? Greg Peters understands. A computer programmer by training, he was the original reluctant networker. Through study, practice, and lots of trial and error, he has been able to transform himself into a true networking professional, using the skills he learned to build a thriving Web development business.
Now, as the co-founder of Third Generation Networking, Greg coaches individuals, trains staff, and presents to associations and other groups on how to get past their reluctance and start building better connections and stronger networks. He is a past Chapter President of the National Speakers Association, the author of Hello and a Handshake: A Reluctant Networker’s Guide to Survival and Success at Your Next Business Gathering
, and the host of the podcast Third Generation Networking