American Management Association

Networking for Women Who Hate Networking

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About the course

Practical Pointers for Making Career-Driving Connections

How to build meaningful, lasting, mutually beneficial relationships

Would you rather get a root canal than schmooze with strangers? Does "working a room" make you want to retreat to yours? Is small talk a big problem?

If so, this is the program for you!

Together, we will smash to pieces those dusty, outdated networking rules, replacing them with customized techniques enabling you to build meaningful, mutually beneficial connections.

This innovative, dynamic course teaches you how to identify and leverage your strengths. Topics to be covered will include networking for introverts and extroverts, breaking through stereotypes, managing business events, and learning sparkling new rules that actually work.

Before you attend the webinar, we encourage you to take the assessment on page 14 of Devora Zack’s book, Networking for People Who Hate Networking, to better understand how your style can be applied to your success in connecting with others.

What you will cover

  • Authentic, practical techniques that redefine successful networking
  • Discover the real differences between introverts and extroverts
  • Learn to work with, rather than fight against, your natural disposition
  • Discover customized techniques to build rapport with diverse styles
  • Gain "quick tips" to survive and even thrive at networking events

How do AMA webinars work?

AMA Webinars provide you with a cost-effective and convenient way to boost your know-how. You can participate in the comfort of your home or office without the need for travel costs and time.

BONUS: Paid registrants will also get a single-user license to access a recorded archive of the program for a full year.

Please note that AMA Webinars are designed to provide a one-to-one learning experience for an individual and are not designed to be viewed in a group setting. Program access is available only via the MYAMA account of the registered attendee.

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