Networking in the Real World: Hosted in Conjuction with the MIT Alumnae Leadership Series


Do you break into a sweat at the thought of attending a “networking event”? Research shows that networking is the most frequent path to career growth, yet many people cringe when thrown into a room full of strangers. Networking experts offer practical advice on setting goals for an event, moving between groups, creating and delivering an “elevator pitch,” following up with promising contacts—and making technologies such as electronic name badges work for you. Then we’ll put theory into practice, so come prepared to have some fun while gaining skills that will last a lifetime! Diane Darling, Effective Networking; author Rick Borovoy, nTAG Interactive

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May 8, 2017

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