Networking Outside the Company



Networking (Outside the Company) Workshop

Networking – according to Merriam Webster is “the exchange of information or services among individuals, groups, or institutions; specifically:  the cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business”. These and other events can become more easily managed with this great workshop.Networking Outside the Company

Everyone knows that networking is important to long-term business success. The networking process itself, however, can be confusing. Learning effective networking techniques will help you develop relationships that will benefit you both personally and professionally.

The term “networking” is frequently tossed around the business world. It is easy to talk about networking, but implementing it is another matter, particularly when you have to go beyond the confines of the workplace. Fortunately, you will improve your networking skills when you create a solid network and position yourself for success. Networking outside of your company takes time and energy, but the reward is certainly worth the effort.

Creating a solid network requires you to make connections. It is not enough to simply meet people; you need to meet the right people, people who are likely to develop a professional relationship with you.

Strategic alliance partners are made when two companies work together on a joint venture. This is where networking is indispensable. Since strategic alliance partners need a mutually beneficial working relationship, you need to get to know your partners ahead of time. You may choose to partner with someone you already know, or work with someone new.

With our Power of Networking (Outside the Company) workshop, your participants will begin to see how important it is to develop a core set of networking skills. By managing and looking at the way people interact and seeing things in a new light, your participants will improve on almost every aspect of their networking strategy.

Workshop Objectives:

  • Identify and avoid obstacles
  • Implement networking principles
  • Use online tools
  • Prioritize contacts
  • Manage networks effectively


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