Networking Training Faces

Last Chance: Smarter Networking Training Starts Friday!

It’s not enough to network. We need results. Have you ever had the feeling that your networking isn’t working? Join us for Smarter Networking Training and earn how to develop a sustainable, effective networking practice that works for your unique style and needs. Along the way, you’ll learn how to avoid some of the most […]

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Ditch the Cards and Escape Networking Events

Guess what? Those stacks of business cards you’ve collected at networking events mean nothing unless you take the next steps. In fact, they might even lure you into a false sense of accomplishment. Networking isn’t about amassing hundreds of weak ties with people who won’t remember us two weeks after we meet. Instead, it’s about […]

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Meet the Founder: Boston Voyager Features Maya Townsend

Boston Voyager is one of the newest additions to the Boston media landscape. They say: Boston is an incredible city – but it’s so large and so vast and so diverse that all of us are missing out on tons of great people, businesses, organizations, events and more. The BostonVoyager wants to highlight the best of […]

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The Art of Quiet Networking

For many introverts, Susan Cain’s TED talk about introversion was a much needed affirmation of the value of the quiet style. She articulated what many of us needed to hear: there’s nothing wrong with being an introvert. In fact, introverts have much to offer.

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4 Steps to Getting to Yes

Entrepreneurs are always asking. We ask for resources, ideas, funding, partnerships, and so many other things. Our success depends on our ability to ask successfully. This post, recently published on Inc.com, reviews four steps to acing your next ask and getting to yes.

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Two Leadership Rules for the Networked World

We have a problem. Most of us are using old leadership techniques that no longer work. Here’s a case in point. I met Cyrus a few years back. He was a manager who insisted on being involved in every decision that concerned his department. He was still living in the old world, where one person could keep up with all the decisions concerning their department.

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