Learn How to Network Effectively

Date: February 10, 2021
Time: 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Location:  zoom
Contact: Lisa Morris
Email: [email protected]

Wednesday, February 10
10:00 - 11:30 am


Don’t Go It Alone: Build Your Board of Directors -
Learn How to Network Effectively


Career success doesn’t happen in a vacuum. You can lay the foundation for future professional success by learning how to work the key relationships you have and identifying the knowledgeable professionals you would like to know. Networking is 3x more likely to get you a job than applying directly. Finding a job is all about warm contacts (people who are familiar with your skills, strengths and professional goals to refer you and will answer a phone call or email).

What’s a Board of Directors? A board of directors (BoD) is a group of individuals, elected to represent a company’s shareholders—or in this case, YOU! Their primary functions are to establish policies for corporate management and oversight, and to make decisions on major company issues. Your personal BoD isn’t just a group of people who work for companies you’re interested in—they’re personally invested in the same issues that drive you, offer mentorship, guidance or wise counsel. And you’ll find them through networking.

Our speaker:
Fran Berrick, https://www.spearmintcoaching.com/who-we-are, founder and head coach at Spearmint Coaching, is a career catalyst, helping both job seekers and organizations navigate today’s complex and evolving job market. She brings a laser focus to moving clients forward to reach their identified goals, including career coaching, professional development, leadership engagement, and career outplacement. An accomplished global business leader and entrepreneur, she has worked with and advised notable global brands, organizations, and their leaders across all executive levels and understands the constant challenge of improving performance and meeting goals.

TO RSVP AND RECEIVE ZOOM INFORMATION PLEASE EMAIL PROGRAM COORDINATOR LISA MORRIS AT [email protected]

 

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