The last posts were about the why, who, when, and what of networking. This one is more about the how.
How do you turn a connection into a relationship?
How do you build and maintain a relationship?
How does a relationship help you become more valuable to those you serve?
Examples of one person's notes to give you some ideas about how you might collect and organize your own. Read More
1-2-1's come in many forms, so the information you collect from them will vary from a general sense of a person , to specific examples of things to do or say on your networking partner’s behalf, and even beyond to lists of commitments you might make to each other about future events or ways to partner and aid each other.. Read More
After everyone at a networking event is done giving their message, you may have heard 20+ commercials, and it would challenging to recall who does what or would benefit from an introduction to whomever. So, collecting some basic information and thoughts about each person you encounter will help you become a better networker. Read More