Networking to a Better Career
The Mini-Course on Professional Networking
Networking is the most important thing in your career.
We learn how to keep our heads down and grind out work, but at some point we come to realize that networking is the quintessential skill to grow our careers. So why aren't we taught how to network?
This mini-course takes you through many of the key aspects of networking, so you can expand and refine your connections and take your career to the next level.
In the 40+ minutes of video in this course, you will learn:
- how to make networking easier,
- who should be in your network,
- what you can do to gear up for networking,
- where you should invest your time,
- how to network for lasting results, and
- what networking can add to your career.
Handouts include a free chapters on networking and elevator pitches from Anne Marie Segal's books, Master the Interview and Know Yourself, Grow Your Career, respectively.
Anne Marie Segal is an executive coach, author and former practicing attorney.
She partners with senior leaders, attorneys and others to accelerate professional development and personal branding to reach goals such as career transition, Board or C-Suite candidacy and other leadership advancement.
Building blocks of Anne Marie's coaching include career visioning, value proposition development, presentation and networking strategies, interview preparation, LinkedIn® and resume writing and other means to build executive presence, graceful transitions and impactful communications.
She has presented to the United Nations (ICTY/MICT), University of Chicago, Association of Corporate Counsel and National Resume Writers Association, among other law firm, corporate, non-profit, professional networking and university audiences. She is the author of two career-related books: Master the Interview: A Guide for Working Professionals and Know Yourself, Grow Your Career: The Personal Value Proposition Workbook and has written for Forbes.com as a member of the Forbes Coaches Council. She has also been quoted on CNBC.com, Monster, Above the Law and other media.