3rd Annual SBODN New Year Networking Extravaganza! (led by Jeff Richardson)
Monday, January 7, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:15 PM (PST)
Santa Clara, United States
Get a jump on your New Year networking goals by meeting impactful change leaders from across the Bay Area. This fun and engaging session is a comfortable way to discover others with similar backgrounds, interests and areas of common interest and potential partnerships using fast paced activities to mix things up. Activities led by SBODN director Jeff Richardson to accelerate the process of building new connections.
What's in it for you...
- Make New Connections – Meet everyone in the room
- Discover Common Interests - Easiest way to relate
- Explore Opportunities - Find future partners & friends
One of our MOST POPULAR events of the year!
What others are saying…
“You rock! What a great session. Couldn't stop people networking after you got a hold of them. Thank you so much for your contribution to the success of this event.” Sandra Clark, Dir of Communications UCSC-Extension
Jeff Richardson’s Bio
Jeff Richardson’s role as Chief Transformational Engineer at Empowered Alliances enables him to design engaging programs that strengthen professional connections for improved performance. He has transformed the networking experience for thousands of professionals at companies, association events and conferences across the country. As an educator, Jeff designed/taught courses for Stanford’s Advanced Project Management Program, in addition to Boston University and UCSC – Extension as well as corporations like Cisco, Symantec, Intuit, Texas Instruments, Raytheon to name a few. Mr. Richardson has BS ME and MS OD.
Jeff@EmpoweredAlliances.com / 650.269.5395
SBODN would like to thank our Corporate Sponsors for their Continued Support throughout 2013: Tony Deblauwe at Citrix
When & Where
The South Bay Organization Development Network (SBODN)
The South Bay Organizational Development Network (SBODN) is an informal forum focused on making a difference in how organizations and the people in them survive and thrive. Programs are focused on bringing wisdom into the workplace.