5 Steps to Build High Quality Career Connections That Open Doors and Make An Impact
Can you relate to someone who has built a completely different career from you? Can two strangers build a relationship with each other, whether professional or otherwise? Can you partner with your competition? Can you have a mutually valuable meeting with someone with a gap, or is ahead in years of experience by decades?
The answer is yes, yes, yes, and yes. For students, startup founders, and professionals looking to build their network with meaning. This session, by the author of The Knock Method, a 5-step methodology designed to build confidence and help you build high quality career connections, will help you learn how to reach out to people you don't know, how to have a meaningful interaction in a professional setting, and how to open doors that lead to long-term, mutually beneficial relationships for your network for years to come.
About Rebecca: Rebecca Otis Leder is the author of KNOCK. In the book, she distills her dynamic career's culmination into five actionable steps, known as The Knock Method. This method is meant to fill a confidence and education gap so that career growers, career builders, and career changers not only have the tools but feel empowered to build high-quality, mutually beneficial career relationships that don't just lead to jobs, but strengthen our collective power to drive change.
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