Welcome to NAKED NETWORKING, a new way to “expose” yourself to new business (and life) possibilities. Today’s competitive marketplace demands results and a powerful circle of influence can help you achieve your objectives. However, it’s easy to make excuses not to network or let yourself be fearful of the vulnerability-first attitude necessary to reach your goals. The easy to remember N.A.K.E.D. acronym explores this fear, how to overcome it, and how you can build and maintain professional networks to experience huge breakthroughs.
Explore how NAKED NETWORKING can help you shift your intention of getting ahead into real-world action. Get ready to interact with the speaker through real world success stories, in-presentation polls, and have some fun along the way with this high-energy presentation that’s guaranteed to leave an impression!
During this presentation, you will learn a powerful 3-step strategy to apply in both traditional and social media networking to increase your success of building powerful “circles of influence” in your business. You’ll also hear real-world examples of how this approach was applied and the outcomes that resulted.
Does fear hold you back from connecting to new contacts with confidence? In this presentation you’ll learn simple ways to face – then overcome – barriers to networking success. After you hear characteristics of common personas in the networking process, you’ll select which one best matches your approach to help equip you with knowledge to overcome setbacks.
Discover why a recent study with almost 30,000 employees across 118 companies revealed that women’s odds of advancement are 15% lower than men’s. Hear comparisons and contrasting networking styles between men and women and learn 3 ways to connect with new people way outside your comfort zone.
If you’ve ever stereotyped extroverts as charismatic and introverts as aloof – think again. In this presentation, you will hear common networking myths debunked and learn how introverts can be just as comfortable networking as extroverts.