What are your professional development goals for 2016? PMICOC is a great place to start.
Chapter Meeting: Networkology … Using Hard Science To Benefit From The Soft Skill of Networking.
Networking, is the building block of leadership, and it is as old as time. As such, social science has been studying human relationships for decades. This program will (in a fun way) touch on this research and provide clear evidence of the importance of successful networking.
Frank Agin is president of AmSpirit Business Connections, which empowers small business professionals to become more successful through networking. In addition, he consults with companies in various industries to help them become more effective with their networking efforts and business relationship management. He has an undergraduate degree from Beloit College and a law degree and an MBA from the Ohio State University. Finally, Frank is the author of six books on professional networking, including Foundational Networking: Creating Know, Like & Trust For A Lifetime of Extraordinary Success and LinkedWorking: Generating Success of the World’s Largest Professional Networking Website.
Also join us on Jan 22 for our Workshop: Networking For The Successful PM … It’s More Than Who You Know (January 22 – all day) The adage “it’s not what you know, but who is know,” in only half right. Successfully leading your team and career is a function of development relationships with those all around you — getting them to know, like, and trust you. This program will touch on all aspects of that.