Date: Thursday 27 February 2020
Time: 6.30 – 9pm.
Location: Central London
Even in the digital age, the importance of networking events has not diminished – in fact, they are as important as ever. If you can make a strong and positive connection when you meet someone for the first time, your business relationship will be stronger and quicker to build.
Networking is more than just making small talk: it is about creating a positive and lasting impression on people who could support you. It requires a sound understanding of your own style, as well as thought and planning. This evening course will help you to prepare for your next networking event and to make the most of the opportunities it provides.
- The science of networking
- Devising your strategy
- Working the room
- Etiquette and protocols for networking events
- Projecting confidence
- An understanding of why networking is so important
- Some basic strategies to help you devise and execute your plan
- Tips for making a confident entrance
- Becoming an engaging conversationalist
- Ensuring you are memorable for all of the right reasons
Rupert Wesson is the academy director at Debrett’s. Specialising in communications and the spoken word, his client portfolio includes a number of senior leaders in renowned businesses across the globe.
Places are limited to 8 and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.