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“Stop Networking. Start Connecting to Build your Tribe.”

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Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Neighborhood Library

1630 7th Street Northwest

WTD Conference Room 1

Washington, DC 20001

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Have you grown tired of the common advice about networking- it’s importance and how to go about it? Is it something that smacks of inauthenticity and that you find ineffective, draining and out of alignment with your values? You’re not the only one. The good news is there’s another way.


This workshop is designed to challenge your thinking about networking and offer you a new framework of understanding to building communities. It incorporates both facilitated discussions and practical activities understand 1) the difference between a connector and networker 2) why being a connector is better for you and your community and 3) how you can begin to develop skills to become a master connector.


Bio: Ms. Joy Spencer is a professional development coach and partnership engagement strategist focused on helping mission-minded and purpose-driven individuals, teams and organizations be more creative and effective. She helps others fully harness the power of meaningful connections and strategic partnerships to unlock new solutions to old problems, and maximize positive social impact. Ms. Spencer offers her clients the The Reframe Sessions Coaching Package and is facilitator of the “How to be a Better Collaborator” workshop. She draws insights and expertise from 15 years of successfully driving meaningful social change in movements related to access to essential medicines, access to knowledge, consumer advocacy for digital privacy, childhood obesity and digital food marketing, African diaspora women’s empowerment, global and domestic HIV prevention.


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Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Neighborhood Library

1630 7th Street Northwest

WTD Conference Room 1

Washington, DC 20001

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