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The Inside Out of Networking – Fear

If you have children between the ages of six and 16, the chances are you will have seen – or you will shortly see – the latest Pixar movie, Inside Out, this summer’s big blockbuster. http://movies.disney.co.uk/inside-out Inside the mind of an 11-year-old American girl called Riley are five emotions; Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger and Fear. They operate her moods from a control panel and are wrestling for control of the …Read More

The Inside Out of Networking – Anger

If you have children between the ages of six and 16, the chances are you will have seen – or you will shortly see – the latest Pixar movie, Inside Out, this summer’s big blockbuster. http://movies.disney.co.uk/inside-out Inside the mind of an 11-year-old American girl called Riley are five emotions; Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger and Fear. They operate her moods from a control panel and are wrestling for control of the …Read More

The Inside Out of Networking – Disgust

If you have children between the ages of six and 16, the chances are you will have seen – or you will shortly see – the latest Pixar movie, Inside Out, this summer’s big blockbuster. http://movies.disney.co.uk/inside-out Inside the mind of an 11-year-old American girl called Riley are five emotions; Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger and Fear. They operate her moods from a control panel and are wrestling for control of the …Read More

The Inside Out of Networking – Sadness

If you have children between the ages of six and 16, the chances are you will have seen – or you will shortly see – the latest Pixar movie, Inside Out, this summer’s big blockbuster. http://movies.disney.co.uk/inside-out Inside the mind of an 11-year-old American girl called Riley are five emotions; Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger and Fear. They operate her moods from a control panel and are wrestling for control of the …Read More

The Inside Out of Networking – Joy

If you have children between the ages of six and 16, the chances are you will have seen – or you will shortly see – the latest Pixar movie, Inside Out, this summer’s big blockbuster. http://movies.disney.co.uk/inside-out Inside the mind of an 11-year-old American girl called Riley are five emotions; Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger and Fear. They operate her moods from a control panel and are wrestling for control of the …Read More

The networking Angel – Part 2

Let’s now focus on the ANGEL. How do we spot her or him sometimes?  Networking is about having a generous spirit and the greatest thing any one person can give to another is their full attention .It is generally accepted women are far better listeners than men…it’s just one of the many differences between the behaviours of the two genders when networking.   Other traits of angels are:   They …Read More

The networking Angel – Part 1

    As we know Networking is simply building relationships. It is universally accepted people buy people before the service or product and when we like someone we tend to want to help them in whatever way we can. It’s all down to respect courtesy and good manners when we attend business events. There will be people there we know and potential new contacts who of course we will be …Read More

Follow Up and Through!

Perhaps the “Cardinal Rule” of networking is that once you’ve planted the seeds of a new relationship, you must follow up to maintain it. Whether it’s a business referral, job lead, or a professional connection, get in touch – within 24 hours – to say you enjoyed meeting them. “No one owes you anything, so you need to be as ingratiating as you can,” says Glickman. People who have taken …Read More

How to move on after the conversation ends…

Often the hardest part when attending events, social or business. You can either ‘dump’ or ‘park’ them.When you realise it’s time to move , so do they. You’re both thinking the same thing as the pauses become more pregnant “How the heck to I get out of here without being rude. Dumping. This means you use the drink, toilet or any other reason to move away.But I feel  the underlying  …Read More

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