Cambridge Women in Construction proudly invites women working in the construction industry, in whatever capacity, to take part in this 'Smart Networking Workshop'.
We are probably all aware how useful it is to network with others in our industry but actually doing it is another matter. There is no getting away from the fact that women are in the minority at a construction event. How do you start a conversation? How can you make sure you are making useful contacts and your card won't go straight in the bin? How often do you come out wondering why you bothered?
Networking is like any other skill - you need training to do it well.
The overall aim of the workshop is to provide tools to delegates which will enable them to attract more business. It is an important part of the marketing mix needed in order to be 'fishing' rather than 'hunting' and to concentrate on a client base by niching as a marketing strategy as well as know where to find them.
-Understanding how, why, when and where to tap into your business networks,
-Feel More confident face to face and using social media,
-Learn how to Smart Network by prioritising, niching and targetting,
-Learn how to confidently work the room,
-Develop a winning elevator pitch,
-Learn how to give compelling presentations and love doing them!
-Adding Social Media to Your networking mix: Twitter, Facebook business page, LinkedIn, Blogging
-Attract people to your business using a marketing mix
-Complementary E-book 'Understanding Social Media' is included on completion of attendance.
-Nadia Cenci is an experienced confidence and performance coach and will be using Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) throughout her session on face to face networking as well as showing you how to prioritise your networking time.
Originally delivered through Business Link, with excellent feedback, Nadia continues to offer this to all businesses in the East Of England as well as in-house if companies prefer that option.
This workshop has been designed for small to medium businesses to gain more customers and to enjoy effective networking.