From the day we started to talk we were all told to say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. Good manners is good business even as we grow into adulthood. When is it appropriate to say ‘thank you’? 1 When we get new work from a new or existing client 2 When our suppliers exceed our expectations 3 When a colleague helps out or goes the extra mile 4 When we receive …Read More
We all know that when we do it right networking is the most effective way of creating new business opportunities. However, does your networking help you: Gain new business and build stronger relationships Source vital market intelligence and useful information Improve you and your businesses visibility Build partnerships, alliances and joint ventures Whether you are an experienced networker or a novice looking to go networking for the first time, this …Read More
Many people, at networking events, answer the question “What do you do?” with their job title. This is not the most effective ways to tell some what you do. Answer the question with the mind set how you can help other people. For more networking tips and ideas visit www.kintish.co.uk
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 before we delve into questioning techniques, let me highlight the other side of the communication scales. This of course is the listening side which is far far more difficult than …Read More
More examples of how not to approach business networking events. For more networking tips and ideas visit www.kintish.co.uk.
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 this vital activity; the topics below will help you overcome all your fears and concerns. Our aim is to make it fun, motivational, and highly participative. We want to …Read More
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…