with Sarah Zink
Networking is more than just attending a variety of events or meetings. Are you making the most of your networking to achieve the best results?
If you depend on relationships for your business to be successful, then you network at some level. Whether you're networking in a chamber-based environment, or you're circulating in business groups to cultivate relationships, it's critical to leave behind the 'traditional' methodologies of networking and learn to become a more powerful networker.
Seasoned networkers know that passing out your business cards like a poker player won’t result in increased sales or deepened relationships; in fact, that behavior quickly identifies you as an amateur (or worse, immature) networker.
Join us for an entertaining and innovative presentation where Sarah will show you how to identify the weaknesses and bad habits that prevent you from being a savvy networker.
In her unique style, Sarah will teach you powerful techniques of effective networking that bring incredible results, including.....
- Styles of networking that weaken or stregthen your impact
- Who are you and what do you want?
- STOP reading name tags!
- Layered follow-up techniques that put those checks in the bank
Men network for connections, and women network for relationships. This difference is significant, and when you understand how to leverage this information for your benefit, you become an 'uber-effective' networker.
Sarah is a multi-dimensional businesswoman and ‘multi-preneur”. Sarah’s background in education and business development gives her a unique perspective on communication, behavior and time management.
Sarah’s passion is sharing her thoughts and insights to women everywhere in ways that help them grow more fully into the powerful beings they already are. In association with the Women’s Broadcast Network, Zink is working toward multiple goals of advancing her message for women to capture their own strength and become “Power Chicks”, including launching a local radio show on women’s personal and professional issues called, “THINK ZINK: Change Your Choices, Change Your Life.”
Sarah has released a highly-anticipated book entitled 20 Tips for Power Chicks, a work geared toward helping women overcome some of their biggest and most annoying challenges in communication, behavior and time management. With sections on communicating with co-workers, using language to make a positive impact, and why appearance is a major factor in personal and business success. Based in Texas, Zink makes it clear to listeners and readers alike that she means business, and wants to help other women get ahead in life and in their respective fields.
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