Networking in the 21st Century!
You will quickly find out that your network of friends and their friends will become an amazing source of leads for jobs.
In this twenty-first century, you will need to learn how to effectively identify and cultivate a network so it will be easier for you to move from job to job in the future. David will remind you that the key to your career success is not just about what you know, or who you know, but it’s really about who you know – knows –what you know!
David will focus on the following three tips and strategies:
- Plant seeds! Networking takes time to cultivate.
- Polish your online presence.
- Promote yourself clearly through all your social media channels.
Presenter: David Fisher
David J.P. Fisher (D. Fish) is a sales expert, professional keynote speaker, and best-selling author. Building on over 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur and sales professional, he combines nuanced strategy and real-world tactics to guide individuals and organizations as they navigate and leverage the evolving landscape of sales.
He focuses particularly on the area where social selling, relationship-building, and old-school sales skills converge. He works to help create sustainable business growth by creating robust relationships with their clients and prospects that lead to more leads, easier conversations, and faster sales cycles.
A recognized thought-leader in the sales world, he has written extensively on both online and offline relationship-building and business development. He is the author of six best-selling books in the Networking in the 21st Century series. He’s also contributed to sites such as The Social Media Examiner, Forbes, Spin Sucks, and Business to Community.
Known for bringing energy and humor to the stage, David has worked with organizations across the globe as a keynote speaker and sales trainer. Drawing on decades of experience as a performer and speaker, he is able to combine information, education, and entertainment into a combination that makes the time fly and audiences eager to engage with the material.