Join SWEP-MA for Networking for Introverts

Date: May 10, 2018

Bust the Myths, Avoid the Awkwardness, and Weave Valuable Connections Some of us will never enjoy walking into a room of strangers and making connections. Does that mean we're doomed professionally? Not at all! In this webinar, we learn about the science behind networking and how that science can help engineers, technologists, and introverts make connections […]
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Strategic Networking: On Beyond Business Cards

Date: October 22, 2015

Workshops can teach you how to exchange business cards, how to position your name tag on your jacket, and how to shake hands. What most workshops don’t do is help you develop a strategic networking practice. In this workshop, Maya Townsend, founder and lead consultant of Partnering Resources, helps participants move beyond ad hoc approaches […]
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Strategic Networking

Date: April 22, 2015

Does networking really make a difference? The answer is a resounding yes! But too many of us network haphazardly and hope that our efforts will have an effect. In this workshop, Maya Townsend, founder and lead consultant of Partnering Resources, will help you move beyond an ad hoc approach to a sustainable, targeted, high-impact networking […]
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Networking for Introverts

Date: March 21, 2016

Some of us will never enjoy walking into a room of strangers and having to make connections. Does that mean we’re doomed professionally? Not at all! Maya Townsend, founder and lead consultant at Partnering Resources, will explain some of the science behind networking and show how that science can help engineers, technologists, and introverts make connections […]
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The Art and Science of Networking

Date: September 27, 2016

Does networking really make a difference? The answer is a resounding yes! In a study performed by Partnering Resources, 93% of completely successful change initiatives were led by leaders with very strong or strong personal networks. Not one change initiatives described as less successful was led by a leader with strong or very strong personal networks. […]
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