Networking for Women Professionals: Get Connected & Get Noticed
Most women professionals agree that building strong relationships is key to a successful career, yet many women aren’t fully leveraging their network. Whether it’s fear of asking for something, or not knowing how to get started, women are missing out on crucial professional opportunities. With the right tools women can confidently make the connections and impression that will take their career to the next level. Join us to discover:
- Networking strategies women need to grow their careers
- Ways to standout and make yourself memorable
- How to make the ask: Keys to getting what you want
- Tips for building strong professional relationships
Essential Networking Strategies for Women to Boost Their Career
- Determining your networking goal: What do you want to accomplish?
- Keys to creating your own network & how to get started
- Getting involved: What professional organization can do for you
- Why men are good at networking & what women can learn from them
Stand-Out & Be Remembered: Ways Women Can Make Their Mark
- What sets you apart? Keys to creating instant impact
- Techniques for building your personal brand & signature
- Turn passions & interests into relationship-building tools
- The role of Social Media: Tips for LinkedIn & Facebook
How to Ask for What You Want: Keys to Working Your Network
- Who do you know that can help you? Utilizing your connections
- Tips for overcoming the fear of asking for what you need
- Give Before Your Get: What can you do for others in your network?
Live Question & Answer Session – Get expert answers to your questions!
About the Speaker
Robyn Forman Pollack, Esquire, and is the Founder and Principal of Trellis Consulting LLC, is a gender diversity consultant and speaker who creates value, provides support and empowers organizations and professional women in the journey toward workplace equality by providing customized gender diversity services. Robyn has been actively involved in women’s issues for over fifteen years and has developed a variety of networking opportunities for women.
- She has lectured extensively on issues of women’s networking and leadership, and created and currently co-chairs the Turnaround Management Associations’ Global Network of Women Committee.
- Robyn has also been a corporate restructuring attorney for almost twenty years, and has been instrumental in maximizing value for businesses in a range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, food service and financial services.
- She is on the Steering Committee of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Conference, where she was a former chairperson, is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, the Forum of Executive Women, and the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Philadelphia Bar Associations, where she serves on the Women in the Profession Committee.
- Robyn is also an adjunct professor of law at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Robyn earned a B.A. from Temple University, summa cum laude and a J.D. from Temple University’s Beasley School of Law, cum laude.
In this 60-minute webinar women will learn crucial networking techniques for establishing professional relationships, and how to use those connections to advance in their career.
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