Networlding

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Social networking meets writing and publishing books meets making a difference meets creativity and innovation

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Sue Collieris a publishing expert and co-author of The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing: Everything You Need to Know to Write, Publish, Promote and Sell Your Own Book. Sue brings together a multitude of talents in the publishing... more

Simon Mainwaring is founder and CEO of We First, a social branding consulting firm that helps companies use social media to build communities, profits and positive social impact. We First. The book. A struggling economy, a world in... more

Katherine Smith Dedrick has been an attorney for almost thirty years. In 2003 received her MBA from the University of Chicago, studying in Chicago, Barcelona and Singapore. Throughout her legal career she has held numerous positions... more

We will answer the following questions: 1. Why has Market research become less scientific these days? 2. Is there a difference in male and female communication styles? 3. Is market research about methodologies or influence? 4. Does gender... more

Networking: Goal-Based Duplication of Efforts Temporary Transactional Haphazard Process Often One-Sided Fragmented Often Materialistic Superficial Opportunity Specific Two-Dimensional Networlding Values-Based Leveraged... more

Join Kim and I as we explore Kim's recent dramatic success with Groupon--a business that has a network that rivals all networks of influence. Find out what has made Kim the success she is today and what unique offerings she plans... more

Want is spam and what is ok on the web? It evolves constantly but what are the basics? Join us today as we move through the Do's and Don'ts on the web. Remember, you only get one chance to create that first winning impression.... more

Why is networking not working? What are the linchpins as Seth Godin would say that will make Networlding work for you and your company? We would say that there are elements and principles that you can't go without. Join us to discuss... more

Tom Peters once made the statement to the effect of, "Every six months throw up your jacks and see where they land." It's good to revisit your network at least twice a year and ask the hard questions such as: 1) who is in your network... more

Strategic alliances is the subject we address in this chapter. We also call this "The Power of Two." What we don't realize is that we can accelerate goal achievement by partnering up with one person at a time. Co-creation looks like two... more

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