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The Reluctant Networker: Tools for Tracking your Connections

The Reluctant Networker, LLC

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EST)

Ann Arbor, MI

The Reluctant Networker: Tools for Tracking your Connections

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Event Details

Networking is a human activity. It's the process of developing connections between people.

Unfortunately, humans make mistakes. They...

  • ...connect at the event but drop the ball in the follow-up.
  • for coffee a few times, but drift apart for lack of someone taking action.
  • ...forget the details of the people in their network -- no matter how important they are.
Networking professionals don't leave their practice to chance. They have tools and systems to support their efforts. At this workshop, you will learn to implement and use:
  • A business card processing system so no connections get lost.
  • Facebook and LinkedIn as aids to face-to-face networking
  • The one tool you need to maintain and remember all the connections in your network.
Attendees will also leave with electronic versions of all tools discussed during the session.

This interactive workshop will provide you with new tools to support your networking practice and turn your network into a powerful resource for success and significance. Come join us!

7:45 Registration and Refreshments
8:15 Workshop
9:45 Networking
10:00 Adjourn

Have questions about The Reluctant Networker: Tools for Tracking your Connections? Contact The Reluctant Networker, LLC

When & Where

Sandler Training Center
501 Avis Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EST)

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The Reluctant Networker, LLC

Originally a computer programmer, Greg Peters understands the challenges facing every reluctant networker. He also knows, however, that networking is a learnable skill.

In 2009 he founded The Reluctant Networker, LLC and has since worked with clients in technology, finance, and sales to help them build networks of powerful connections. He is the author of the blog "The Reluctant Networker" and contributes weekly networking advice to local radio and news outlets. He also presents to larger groups to spread the word that, performed properly, networking is the most powerful way to achieve success and significance in our lives.

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