Many people treat networking as a transactional process in which they need to “sell” something: their services, product, brand, job qualifications.
Yes, new relationships will often open doors to new jobs, clients, or sales. But if you’re only out to help yourself, others will quickly pick up on that, and your efforts will backfire.
Instead, approach networking in a thoughtful and considered way – as the relationship-building opportunity it is.
Despite our best intentions, we don’t always make the best use of our time.
Certainly we all want to get more done - so why does productivity often feel so elusive?
Find out what could be standing between you and your goals - and how you can work smarter.
One of the great privileges of being a leadership coach is getting to work with and learn from some of the smartest and most-driven people working today. You learn from each other, you form a partnership, and, as is the case with any good working relationship, both parties walk away from each interaction smarter.
A recent HBR study unpacked the qualities that make for a great leader. We examine them here.
You've come to the right place if you would like any of the following - for yourself or your team:
- To get better at what you do.
- To gain a third-party perspective on your professional career.
- To be held accountable.
- To be advised and mentored.
- To bounce ideas around with a professional in your field.
- To get honest, well-intentioned feedback.
- To get personalized support and mentorship from a professional.