Building and Maintaining Your Strongest Network
Hosted by the Small Network Committee
Building and Maintaining Your Strongest NetworkHosted by the Small Network Committee
Given the importance of face-to-face communication, it is amazing that so many people rely predominantly on technology for their networking activities. What is missing is how important it is for us all to focus on the company that we keep – our personal and professional networking relationships – and how critical it is for us to spend purposeful time and energy building and maintaining the relationships that matter.
In this lunchtime talk on Tuesday, 4th June, Megan Burke Roudebush (Founder, keepwith) will offer practical advice regarding networking best practices, pitfalls to avoid and the importance of putting deliberate strategy behind your networking efforts. Attendees will come away with new perspective on the breadth and depth of their networks and practical (sometimes “outside the box”) tips for building and maintaining a strong network.
The session will include a 45-minute talk, 15 minutes of Q&A and a 30-minute tactical workshop, with laptops. Attendees will walk away with a draft strategic networking plan.
Tue, June 04, 2019
12:30 PM - 02:00 PM
KPMG, 8/F Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Road, Central
Megan Burke Roudebush
As the founder of keepwith, a networking advisory company, Megan values authentic relationship building above all else. Keepwith offers networking workshops, speaking engagements, conference support and customised networking content. Professionally, Megan is a financial services industry leader focused on regulatory compliance. With the perspective of having worked at professional service firms, Megan understands the critical role that networking plays in business development. Megan has also spoken to an array of audiences about networking.