Networking is everything – it helps your chances of employment, increases your contactsand can help improve your business. To build your pipeline and reach potential buyers you wouldn't normally get access to, it's essential to always be expanding your network. No matter what profession you’re in, networking is the fuel that accelerates success. Not only is it useful for learning directly from individuals you meet, but the benefits of association and growing your own authority are just as powerful. Networking skills are innate to every individual.

To be successful, you have to be able to relate to people; they have to be satisfied with your personality to be able to do business with you and to build a relationship with mutual trust.-George Ross

Networking is possibly one of the most important skills for entrepreneurs. Networking involves building and maintaining contacts and relationships with other people. The personal networks which you accumulate over time, both socially and professionally can be an invaluable resource. This applies whether you are an entrepreneur looking to start and grow your own new venture, whether you are looking for a job, or working on a project where external ideas and input can help. Make a commitment to improve your networking skills and you'll see that "givers gain" is more than just a nice saying.

The Bodhih networking skills workshops will help employees and managers alike to build crucial networking skills and ability. This workshop will provide participants with the insight and skills to be more effective business networkers, face-to- face and online. The approach taken is to build on the strengths people already have and their successes. It is easier to develop what you already have than to try and develop skills that do not come easily. Being yourself is the most effective tool for business networking and building relationships.

Key Learning Points:

Using communication skills to build networks

Developing the right attitude towards networking

Choosing contacts in a clever and objective manner

Maintaining relationships over a period of time

Leveraging the benefits of networking

Learning Areas from this Training Program

Using positive language

Cultivating ‘power’ contacts’

Burning useless bridges

Developing the ‘right’ mindset

Setting goals

Ideal or Useful for:

Managers (All Levels)

Supervisors

Team Leaders

Ideal Group Size

12 to 15 Participants

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