Comment from workshop attendee: “Hi, Kristy: I loved your presentation at the Connect•Work•Thrive Conference yesterday. I made a great choice in attending your session! Your tips have been immediately helpful to me. Since I’m more naturally an observer than a networker, I had to change my entire mindset about networking to one of helping people versus trying to get something beneficial for myself. A woman putting herself first is off-putting enough, as you well know 🙂 With that mind-shift accomplished, I feel better about the entire process: more joy, less dread. I will look for you on LinkedIn to make a connection as well. – Kelly P.”
20 Networking Tips from 20 Years of Networking
Networking is a necessary business tool. Some people have angst about it while others simply don’t engage. Wherever you fall on the networking skills spectrum, there is always something new to learn.
Be inspired and motivated to get out there and network! You’ll learn
- The first thing to do after you meet someone,
- What makes others want to help you,
- Nuances of being a person others want to know.
Join us to hear 20 tips from a “Royal Schmoozer” and 20 year producer of monthly networking events.
With 20 years of experience producing and facilitating monthly networking events, Kristy Rogers is connecting personified. Who would guess that she once felt shy, insecure, and socially ungraceful?
Now an influential, award-winning community leader, Kristy was recognized in 2009 as one of the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal’s Women of Influence, named Managing Director of the Year in 2006 for her work with the San Jose eWomenNetwork chapter, and voted Royal Schmoozer in 2006 by the Silicon Valley/San Jose Chamber of Commerce.
Kristy was recently recognized as one of the “Best Business Connectors in the San Francisco Bay Area” by the US Small Business Conference.
Kristy holds a BS in International Business from San Jose State University.
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