Networking Non-Negotiables

One elective credit toward Nonprofit Essentials certificate 

This workshop is designed for nonprofit professionals at any level.

Your network is not measured by how many friends, fans and followers you have in your various social media channels. You are more than the latest blog post, just as your colleague is more than his/her name-tag and title. In this course, we’ll exchange thoughts and ideas on what it means to network and how to do it in various stages of your career.

This course is to serve as a refresher for those who seek new ways to connect to others and to energize those who can’t stand small talk. With authenticity as the building block, and our stories as our starting points, we’ll aim for positive reinforcement for each other in the practices of speaking and listening. In addition, we’ll talk about ways to stand apart as a prepared, connected, and engaged person in arenas when we don’t have extra time to spare.

Through this workshop, participants will:
  • Identify what you need from connections right now
  • Align your goals to the story you tell about yourself to others- in an authentic and believable way
  • Receive tools to get over the "hump" or personal obstacle in networking with other professionals

Instructor(s)
Beth Morrow, Assistant Dean, Lipscomb University
Date/Time
May 5, 2017; 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Fee
$35.00 for Members; $75.00 for nonmembers; $15.00 for students
Level
One Star
Subject Area(s)
Personal Development
Location
Center for Nonprofit Management

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