In order to THRIVE in the workplace we must build a network. First we need to attend a variety of events, “work” rooms, connect with new people, break the ice, start conversations, and exit them graciously. The savvy among us know that networking is a mutually beneficial process whereby we share information, leads, ideas, support – and if we are lucky – laughter.
Susan RoAne, Author, Silver Anniversary edition, HOW TO WORK a ROOM® and The Secrets of Savvy Networking.
Susan delivered the March 2014 Connect•Work•Thrive Keynote How to Work a Room® – Face to Face in a Digital World
“To be successful and fulfilled, your work life must reflect your true self, including calling upon the strengths you already possess.”
Ingrid Stabb, Co-author of The Career Within You
Ingrid will facilitate the workshop How to Make Yourself Indispensable With Strengths-Based Career Choices
“…I’ve spoken at a lot of events and I was blown away by the high quality of the participants as well as the speakers. In fact, one of my clients was reporting how she wanted to keep connecting with the women she met there since they were so awesome and inspiring. I think whenever you’re deciding where to spend your time and money resources on conferences, you need to consider the caliber of the participants which will set the level of discourse for the whole conference.”
Jo Ilfeld, Executive Leadership Coach, Entrepreneurial Growth Expert, Leadership Development Speaker
Jo will co-facilitate the workshop Assert Yourself! and will also hold One on One Coaching Sessions throughout the conference