Digital Networking: Creating & Nourishing Meaningful Connections, June 3rd
Updated: Jun 8
About This Event
Does the term “digital networking” bring you anxiety? Do you feel icky reaching out to contacts new and old during this time? Not sure where to start or what to say?
As recruiters and coaches, for over 25 years we have been at the crossroads of real, human connections that live in an increasingly digital space. Now, the digital world is virtually our only available platform for building meaningful relationships. At Kay & Black, many of our clients and candidates have been asking us: how can we still make meaningful connections when in-person meetings may not be a viable option, and feel confident while doing it?
With LinkedIn, Slack and messaging platforms always at our fingertips, some days it can feel like communication overload and many feel "digital networking" can be impersonal or disingenuous — but it doesn't have to be this way. That’s why we want to transform “digital networking” to “building relationships online.”
We will share how you can use technology as a tool to establish authentic connections and ultimately build strong relationships that can help you engage that new client or up-level your career. One single connection can open a thousand doors!
Getting Clear: Defining your goal & why for building relationships
Mindset: Feeling confident while reconnecting with contacts or engaging new ones
Resources: Functional tools and tips to stay organized and grounded
Outreach: Guidelines to make cold outreach feel warm, light, genuine (and anxiety-free!)
An open mindset and readiness to participate in this virtual workshop!
Laptop or computer with a working camera and microphone as well as a strong internet connection.
This event will occur completely online using Zoom. You will need to create a Zoom account (it's free) in order to participate in the breakout sessions.
Event set up information will be emailed to all students signed up around 24 hours before your course launches.
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