Founder and Chief Visionary Officer of BNI
A survey of business leaders 20 years ago identified five traits of the best networkers. Is that relevant with ubiquitous smartphones and social networks?
A healthy organizational culture helps to create and sustain a successful brand.
Constant connection with friends, family and business associates is not the big chore we make it out to be.
Focus on these aspects to foster a positive culture and lead effectively.
Connecting over a nonbusiness interest endears you to the other person.
Keep investing in relationships if you ever hope to make a withdrawal.
The way you stand can actually make up a person's mind as to whether or not they want to meet and talk to you.
Does your image match your marketing? You are your biggest advertiser.
Understanding these types of behavior will allow you to develop stronger working relationships with potential partners.
'I'll give you this; now you have to give me that' is simply not going to help you build a long-lasting, productive relationship.
You meet a lot of people at networking events. Here's a system that can turn those meetings into real business.
Your network is standing in place, waiting for you to set the pieces in motion.
Inspirational language packaged with a great benefits-focused message helps create binding relationships with others.
Good networking is all about making an investment before asking for a withdrawal.