Think You’re Linked In?
It takes connections to get ahead and, in some ways, we’re more connected than we’ve ever been. But in today’s plugged-in world, developing a business contact who’s something more than your 7,891st Facebook friend requires strategy and effort. How much, you ask? Less than you think, say Ron Sukenick and Ken Williams.
It’s graduation season: Is your grad ready to find a job?
Sukenick and Williams have studied and taught successful networking approaches for years, and they can teach anyone how to extend, deepen, and effectively utilize their own personal and business networks, in three short weeks. In their book, 21 DAYS TO SUCCESS THROUGH NETWORKING, they identify real-world situations that lead to networking success.
Have Sukenick and Williams on your show to talk about:
- Proven methods for building a successful network.
- How to help recent grads develop their networks.
- Why social networks are only effective tools if you know how to use them.
- Three things you can do that will make people want to help you.
- Why everyday encounters are fertile ground for developing contacts.
CREDENTIALS: Ron Sukenick, speaker, business coach, consultant, and author of several books, is one of America’s leading authorities on networking and business relationship strategies. He is the president and founder of the Relationship Strategies Institute, a global training and business development company. Ken Williams is the founder of a marketing agency and a dynamic speaker with a history of teaching, coaching, and training teams to achieve success.
AVAILABILITY: Indiana, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Rob Colding, (609) 654-6500, ext. 330 (NJ); firstname.lastname@example.org; www.infotoday.com; www.ronsukenick.com