Networking is an important requirement of any leader or prospective leader's job description, yet many people find it exhausting. Aside from those few of us that are "naturals" at this, networking can be awkward at best or dreaded and avoided at worst. Many people who know they need to do it to benefit their business, or, their short and long-term career plan, are simply tired of putting out the effort, especially when they don't seem to be seeing much in terms of results.
How good are you at networking? Does it flow easily for you, or is it something that is difficult and that you know you would benefit from being better at, but wish were not so hard? If you, like many people, are just plain tired of going through the process, you are at a state we call "networking fatigue."
Join us tonight as Lisa Pasbjerg, executive coach and leadership development expert, interviews networking guru Greg Peters, author or the acclaimed blog, "The Reluctant Networker", media personality and sought-after speaker. He will share with us his stories and strategies regarding the prevention and cure for "networking fatigue" and the art of building lasting results from initial encounters, even for those who may feel "networking impaired."