Sold Out! Career Series: Networking
Networking opens the door to opportunity. “It’s not who you know. It’s who knows you.”
This program is sold-out. If pre-registered attendees do not show by 12:15pm, we will allow interested participants who wait in our lobby to fill the available seats.
Now open to non-members!
Do you feel anxious walking into an event where you don’t know anyone? Would you like to have a larger network that will provide more leads? Are you having a hard time reaching out to the people you wish to meet?
Networking opens the door to opportunity. “It’s not who you know. It’s who knows you.” You are the key component to success. Your job is to make connections and articulate what you need so that others can help you get the results you want.
Take this seminar and learn how to maximize the process of connecting and building relationships for your benefit. Through a series of simple steps, you can be the one in the room people want to know.
This seminar will also teach you:
- What to do at (and after) a networking event to get what you want.
- Tips to compel people to call YOU.
- How to create relationships and use these connections to yield effective results.
- How to articulate your elevator pitch so others know how to help you.
- How to use the law of reciprocity and the wish/obstacle principle to your advantage.
Karen Habegger, Founder, Revel
Karen Habegger’s dream became reality when she founded Revel (a coaching and training firm) after several years of leading human resources efforts in the corporate world. She coaches executives to be more effective in their work and personal lives. Karen thrives on the fun and excitement from watching her clients succeed. Revel’s definition is “to take great satisfaction or delight”, which is her life’s goal and her wish for her clients.
Karen’s background includes training roles at Gap Inc, Gensler, and Wells Fargo. At Stanford Business School, she was chosen to present on the topic of working in an international market. Karen currently teaches management and career planning courses at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. She specializes in helping people make their visions come alive. Karen believes in interactive training that empowers individuals to learn, practice and retain new concepts. Her style is fun, encouraging and results oriented (just ask her clients!).
11:45am-12:00pm Registration 12:00pm-2:00pm Brown Bag Session
111 W. Saint John, Suite 200
San Jose, CA 95113
Cost (Refreshments included; NOT lunch, please bring your own!)
$10 SDForum & AAMA Members
Seminars often sell out. On the day of the seminar, drop in registrants will be admitted on a first come, first serve basis until the seminar is full. If pre-registered attendees do not show by 12:15pm, we will allow interested participants who wait in our lobby to fill the available seats.