Webcast: Relationship Networking: Converting Your Conversations into Connections

Our American Management Association New Media Team will be doing a webcast with Michelle Tillis Lederman, author of The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like, next month. She will be discussing how to build your network, your career, and your business.

Relationship Networking: Converting Your Conversations into Connections
October 26, 2011
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST
Price: Complimentary
REGISTER HERE.

Follow-up is the Foundation for Building a Thriving Network

Have you ever had a conversation you wanted to follow up on but didn’t?

Do you find yourself wishing you had a reason to get in touch with a colleague, customer, or old acquaintance?

Often we are too busy to focus on building and nurturing our relationships. Some of us may find follow-up awkward, uncomfortable, or even unwanted. Thus we find it difficult to move from one conversation to the next, to build upon the initial contact and turn it into a real relationship.

And even if you do this with ease, there are a variety of powerful approaches for increasing your contact with and the value you provide to your network.

During this Webcast, Michelle Tillis Lederman will take you through tips and tactics that will help you convert your conversations into stronger and longer connections.

At the end of the day it is the strength of your relationships that leads to your success.

Click HERE to sign up for the webcast.

For more information on The 11 Laws of Likability, click HERE.

Michelle Tillis Lederman, author of The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like, is founder and CEO of Executive Essentials, which provides customized communication and leadership programs. She is also an adjunct professor at NYU Stern School of Business and a faculty member of the American Management Association. She specializes in enhancing interpersonal communications and has delivered seminars internationally for corporations, universities, and nonprofit organizations including JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Columbia Business School, and The Museum of Modern Art.

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