"What Wrigley Field Taught Me About Networking" Series:
Session 5: Asking Your Network for Help
Led by: CTC Coach Colleen McFarland
Overview: In the 5th and final session of this workshop series on networking, you will learn how using your joys to keep your network healthy results in practices that are not only sustainable but fun.
Spend one hour in this workshop and walk away with some actions you can implement immediately!
This Workshop series is great and worth the time to attend.
Colleen McFarland's positive energy and enthusiasm for networking is inspirational. She gives concrete examples of how to build connections and reach out to people.
Workshop content is superb and up to date. Lots of examples (including screenshots of Colleen's social media posts) and resources (books, websites, etc.).
CTC Coach and Author of Disconnected
Colleen’s expertise is organizational change management. She works with leaders who appreciate the value of anticipating and preparing for the impact a business change will have on their customers and employees. She has seen the benefits of good change management on business outcomes and culture.
Colleen is a huge advocate of networking and makes networking part of her every day. Being open to others, getting to know them, working to understand their point of view and learning from them is what she does.
To learn more about Colleen, visit http://www.colleenmcfarland.us
HOW TO ACCESS THIS WORKSHOP:
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