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Whenever I am asked the question, do men make better networkers than women? – I always highlight the differences in communication styles. I don’t believe one gender is better than the other at networking. However, many women incorrectly doubt their networking ability. So let’s explode a few myths. Here are 5 things that contribute to [...]
Networking is all about building relationships and there is a strong social component. However, at some point it also has to make financial sense for it to be worth continuing with.
How can you turn relationships established via networking into referrals?
If you have been in a personal relationship, you will know that things don’t always go according to plan. The same applies to your business relationships. When you meet somebody at a networking event or an informal function and you think there may be potential for you to work together, it is a good idea [...]
Get into the Christmas spirit with your business Christmas cards. Learn what to say and what not to say in these important notes.
Have you ever had work place arguments or disagreements and not matter what you do you can’t figure out how it escalated and how you can diffuse it? Use these three top tips for settling differences in the work place to keep your office a place of peace and productivity.
How do you feel about sharing a table or conversation with people who for whatever reason don’t seem to be able to disconnect themselves from their mobile devices? Call me a dinosaur if you want, but I find it really annoying! I have even encountered situations where guests at the table have been sending text [...]
Learn five tips for guarding and developing your reputation when it comes to business relationships. There is always a risk when dealing with business referrals but in the end investing in a good reputation could become a very lucrative venture.
Facebook can be a great way to build your business network as well as your personal network, just be careful how you split up the two worlds. Sometimes that line can be blurred and it can ruin both networks.
Are you getting the most out of your networking events? If you find yourself making any of these mistakes, use these helpful guidelines to optimise your networking experience.
Negative feedback is not something we like to hear or read, but if you are in business it is bound to happen. The question is, what are you going to do when it happens?