Power Networking Articles

Power Networking Articles

Once upon a time Rae was quite uncomforable with business networking sessions, so he did extensive research on the subject and wrote an e-book (available for immediate download) Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly!.

This section features sage advice on power networking and are included in his e-book. 

Enjoy the articles and feel free to comment. Keep the discussion going!

Friday, 29 July 2016 01:02

Business Events Due Diligence

Business Events Due DiligenceHaving organized hundreds of events and promoted thousands, it never ceases to amaze me that many of the events that I see posted are very lean on details. As an attendee to any event you play a big part in the success of the event. If nobody registers in advance, the event is in danger of cancelling. Everyone loses in that scenario assuming that there was value in the event in the first place. Sometimes there is room for interpretation on how we place value on an item or in this case an event.

How High Does Your Elevator Go? Excerpt from Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly! by Rae Stonehouse

  • 30 seconds? 60 seconds … 10 minutes?
  • Different buildings?

Note: The following is an excerpt from Power Networking for Shy People: Tips & Techniques for Moving from Shy to Sly! By Rae Stonehouse.

The buzzword for conducting business effectively in the new millennium may very well prove to be “networking.” In turn, the key element of a networking interaction is the elevator pitch or elevator speech as some would call it. We used them as children … “you show me yours and I’ll show you mine!”

Well perhaps not quite the same but at its essence it’s an opportunity to show your stuff and to learn about the other person. Assuming they follow the rules of course.

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