Personal and virtual networking handout

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Personal and virtual networking handout

  1. 1. Price Consulting Group Dr. Kella B. Price, SPHR, CPLP 3532 Fairgreen Ln 661.526.6578 office/FAX 252.622.8119 cell www.thepriceconsultinggroup.com KPriceConsulting*aol.com Personal and Virtual Networking: Making Positive Connections and Great Impressions Networking 101 1. Have the 2. 3. Think host, not 4. Talk about things you know a. "You when..." b. "What I do is..." ACTIVITY: Explain what your company does and the benefits of its services/products Explain what you do specifically 5. Exchange cards 6. Listen a. Ask open-ended questions b. Find common ground 7. 8. Take notes 9. Follow-up 10.Practice makes 11. Limit your alcohol, eat beforehand Follow-up: Make it Count 1. Take the lead 2. Use to foster a. Offer Help b. Reach out for Help 3. Regular NETWORKING SPHERES ACTIVITY
  2. 2. Network Spheres i" ( crusted Friend
  3. 3. Networking Questions: Presenting Yourself: 1. Effective delivery a. Natural b. c. d. Direct 2. Voice a. b. Pitch c. Rate d. Don't forget to breathe!! e. Vocal variety f. Pronounciation and articulation g. Speak from your stomach! 3. Body Language a. Believe over b. Should match c. Clarifies verbal messages d. e. Establishes relationship f. Establishes
  4. 4. Body Language includes: • • Eye contact • Gestures • • Dress and objects 4. Practice brings confidence Communication Basics: - Verbal communication is only % of the message - Vocal communication is % of the message - Non-verbal communication is % of the message! Non-verbal communication: Facial o Let face Eye contact o Look at people, in the eyes Posture 0 , shoulders back o Head level, do not tilt Body Movement o Avoid o Deliberate, planned movements o No touching or o No adjusting clothing o Keep a look out for distracting mannerisms: 0 Gestures/Hands o Avoid aimless hand motions o Avoid o No pointing Legs and Feet o Feet firm on the floor Appearance o No outfits that accentuate cleavage o Nametag high and to the right o No higher than 2" heel o Skirts of conservative length
  5. 5. Twitter Activity Name: Location: Bio: (160 characters): Post (140 characters): ©2011 Price Consulting Group www.thepriceconsu►tinggroup.com _ _

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