A morning workshop designed to help you support your career, not just a job search, through networking tips and tools, and skills to improve your presence and communication.
Networking often sounds like a lot of work –attending events where you may not know anyone, meeting strangers, investing hours for a one-hour meeting, etc. Perhaps you are wondering what the point is, or how it could benefit you. Done properly, networking can help you in your job search and even while you’re employed.
In this session, you will gain networking and communication insights into using speech and body language to enhance your presence in situations ranging from everyday conversations (networking) to public speaking, pitches, and client presentations. You will learn communication skills that impact the effectiveness of leadership and relationship building with partners, clients, and team members.
Registration for this workshop is open to executives who want to:
- network and speak with a high level of influence and confidence
- distinguish networking targets and build an effective networking plan
- keep up with your network
- cultivate greater gravitas and poise
- engage in the best way possible in every interaction
When: Thursday, October 11, 2018
Continental breakfast and networking from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m.
Workshop from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
150 York Street, Suite 1600
Toronto, Ontario, M5H 3S5
Registration is now open.
Steve Rosen is a Director in the Interim Management & Executive Search practice at Farber. He focuses on supporting a wide variety of clients in finding and engaging talent on both an interim and permanent basis. He can be reached at 437.317.6055 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Tessa Desatnik is a Director in the Circle & Square practice at Farber. She focuses on improving the communication skills and confidence of clients. She can be reached at 416.704.3884 and email@example.com