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The Reluctant Networker: Connecting on Limited Resources
Wednesday, June 27, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EDT)
Ann Arbor, MI
One of the biggest complaints about developing a networking practice is "It takes too much time/money".
In truth, most people are just plain inefficient in their networking behavior.
- They attend too many events.
- They belong to too many groups.
- They don't know what they do or who they serve...
- ...and they are surprised when no one helps them succeed.
- ...narrow their target market -- and know the words to avoid when describing it.
- ...develop the list of emotional reasons their clients choose them.
- ...develop their personal story for why they do what they do (and why that is important).
- ...give their referral partners the information they need to provide better connections and referrals.
This interactive workshop will provide you with new tools to develop the concepts and mindset that stand at the base of your networking practice. By using these tools you will save time and be more likely to see results come out of your networking efforts. Come join us!
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The Reluctant Networker, LLC
Originally a computer programmer, Greg Peters understands the challenges facing every reluctant networker. He also knows, however, that networking is a learnable skill.
In 2009 he founded The Reluctant Networker, LLC and has since worked with clients in technology, finance, and sales to help them build networks of powerful connections. He is the author of the blog "The Reluctant Networker" and contributes weekly networking advice to local radio and news outlets. He also presents to larger groups to spread the word that, performed properly, networking is the most powerful way to achieve success and significance in our lives.