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The time to build and nurture a network is always, and the way we interact at networking events is key. What can women do to better parlay their ability to connect and build relationships into business? Not only does this book have a eye-opening title, it is a very interesting read for men and women. Key Points:
Prepare – Develop a few key questions or business topics to memorize prior to the event. Base these on the people you know who will be there and who you will want to meet and talk to.
So, if you plan to attend a networking event get yourself in the business mindset, otherwise go have fun with some friends.
About the Author:
About the author: Rania Anderson is a Co-Founder of Women’s Capital Connection, a women’s angel network in Kansas City. She is an entrepreneur, writer, executive business coach and angel investor. Throughout her professional life, Rania has been observing, researching, connecting with and guiding the way women work. Rania guides women globally to achieve professional and business success. Follow her on Twitter at @TheWayWomenWork.
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