Unsure when to join closed groups at a networking event? This video explains how and when to join a closed group of people at a networking event.
In today’s highly competitive world, being a confident and effective networker sets you apart from the crowd. You become more visible, always feel in control and will always create more business opportunities than the average. 99% of people dread… Read More »Become a Confident and Effective Networking in 2015!
When at networking events it’s important to work the room and join various conversations. But what happens when you want to leave a one on one conversation without being rude? Will Kintish tells you how…
Why we forget names. You introduce yourself to some one at an event. You give your name, they give theirs and ……….pooh it’s gone. It’s gone; it came straight from their mouth, should have reached your ears but something happened.… Read More »Why we forget names…. …and what to do about it
A small percentage of networkers can be quite rude when letting you into the circle of conversation. If you feel unwelcome in one of these situations walk away and don’t let it ruin your evening.
Business Networking – The Survival Guide. By Will Kintish If you hate networking or think it’s a waste of time but know you just have to do it.. I promise you this book will turn you from a reluctant networker… Read More »Business Networking – The Survival Guide.
The key skill of the effective networker is the ability to ask relevant and intelligent questions. Conversations are made up of 2 areas; the small talk which builds relationships and rapport and discussions about peoples’ business and their careers. But… Read More »Mistakes to avoid when in Conversation
Where the worlds of LinkedIn and face-to-face networking collide! Networking in the traditional sense or on-line is simply building relationships. The courtesies and etiquettes ought to be the same but over the years I see very different behaviours. Would you… Read More »Would you do this when you attend networking events?
So we’ve looked at ‘How to Manage Rejection‘ and the difference of ‘Pest -v-Persistent‘ Now for a story of my own… No in business doesn’t mean no, it generally means ‘not yet’. Early on in my presenting and training career… Read More »“I like it when they say NO” Part 3 – Personal Stories