There’s only one reason we go networking and that is….

    We are looking for our ” Ahaa’ moment” In any conversation when we ask perceptive and insightful questions and listen carefully we should nearly always gain something useful from the interaction. I call it the “ahaa” moment. It is that point in time when we have a sudden insight or realisation when the other person tells you something It could be just one sentence so listen carefully! The moment happens when someone says something relating to one …Read More

Why networking is a fundamental business skill

Join us in 2018 to develop your networking skills, read on to find out what you can expect from a Kintish seminar. Dates available throught the year in London & Manchester. Why networking is a fundamental business skill 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 career and …Read More

#Blog If you are in or joining a networking club… Part 1

If you are in or joining a networking club… …you may find these tips useful. 1. Turn up! People forget you when you’re not there. 2. Have a giving mentality. Work hard for your fellow members. Networking is about WIIFY (What’s in it for you) before WIIFM (What’s in it for me). 3. Get there early and try and ‘loiter’ afterwards. At the formal networking part of the meetings you …Read More

Check this to ensure you join the correct groups!

Are you into breaking and entering when you attend business events? Every event you ever attend never has more than 6 types of formats. They are The person standing alone usually against the wall Couples standing shoulder to shoulder in a ‘v’ formation Trios standing in a semi-circle Couple standing face-to-face Trios standing in a triangle Groups of 4 or more standing in a square or a circle depending on the …Read More

The man on the train shared his story.

Let me share it with you… I met someone today and we got chatting as you do. I asked what he did as you do and he told me, after being made redundant, for 3 years he had been a self-employed teacher sharing his knowledge on a specialist subject . He suggested he was doing pretty well. When I asked him how he got started he told me he wrote …Read More

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