After 20 years presenting courses nationwide the virus has stopped my travelling!
But now I can present globally from my UK home studio. Look out for my next public course which will be a 2.5 hour highly interactive workshop where not only will I share my advice, but you also get a chance to network with fellow delegates.
Workshop’s Topics and Format
My experience tells me an interactive workshop ensures all delegates are involved throughout. I use the ‘chat’ functions and breakout rooms supported by PowerPoint. Feedback from previous delegates has told me they like this combination
- Understanding the theory & basics of networking
- The benefits to actively network online (Interactive)
- The 3 keys steps of building relationships
- Who should we network with online?
- Understanding the power of LinkedIn
- How to build early relationships with LinkedIn
- Raising your profile and engagement with LinkedIn
- How to create an outstanding impression from of your camera
- Getting people to like and trust us (Interactive)
- Introducing the Kintish networking process
- Asking effective and insightful questions – ice breakers, business questions, small talk questions, follow up questions (Interactive)
- How to follow up opportunities in a professional and successful manner
What one delegate said!
I loved the webinar today! The structure was just right: adequate breaks were given, slides were great – very descriptive.
Break rooms were the best, I did not know ZOOM works like this and the fact that you nominated the leads for each break room worked great as that person made sure the group worked to achieve given task.
The breakout room when you put only 2 people offered an intimate opportunity to talk one to one – I like that too.
I hope you’ll be kind to send me your Pocket Book and the Follow Up tips booklet to use it as a reminder of the things I should be aware of to ensure I make the most of the networking opportunities that may come my way.
CEng MCIBSE MIOA
Mechanical & Acoustic Engineer