How to be BETTER at NETWORKING In Person and Online

Do any of these scenarios sound familiar:

  • The thought of going networking fills you with dread. If only you had the courage to go along it might be quite useful and good for you and your business. (you might even enjoy it too)
  • It’s great to catch up with people you know at these networking events but you know you should really start to chat to people you don’t know but don’t have the confidence to do that.
  • You get introduced to lots of people whilst networking but never quite know what to say or how to say it. It would be really nice if you could let people know what you and your company do in a way that they would find useful.
  • You’re out and about at a lot of networking events and feeling like you are really “being noticed”. Weirdly though, nothing seems to be coming out of it and you are wondering why.
  • You’ve heard people talk about networking via Social Media but don’t really know how to do that, even though it sounds like a good idea.
  • Your Social Media networking activities are not as productive as your in-person ones. What techniques can you apply from your in-person networking to Social Media and therefore improve that situation?

These are all examples of where people are not achieving what they would like to when they are networking. There are many more examples like this and maybe you have your own variation on the above as well.

In all of these cases, though, what’s stopping people achieving what they want is actually very easy to identify – they don’t know how to be a better networker.

So this book will give you that knowledge, the knowledge of how to be a better networker, together with the associated skills to do it.

When you put that knowledge and those skills into practice, not only will you become a better networker, you will also become a more confident networker as well.

And by being a better networker with greater confidence, you will achieve whatever it is that you want to achieve.

With the ever-increasing use of technology in business, this book also includes considerations for networking online/remotely.

This book is part of the “Interact better. Achieve more.” series.

The other titles in the series are: