How to become a confident and effective networker

19th August 2012

In today's highly competitive world, being a confident and effective networker sets you apart from the crowd.

You become more visible, feel in control and will always create more business opportunities than the average. This masterclass is delivered by Will Kintish, a leading UK authority on business networking skills. The aim of the event is to help you increase your self-confidence to ensure that you become enthusiastic about hunting for new business. By the end of the event, delegates can expect to be familiar with all the basics and principles of networking, gain lots of additional tips and ideas to help win new business and network better internally. In addition, you should be able to work any room with increased self confidence ensuring you leave with those all important business contacts and information. -I can honestly say this is one of the best seminars I've been on. -Excellent. Will is an engaging, amusing presenter who clearly knows his stuff. For more details about the event and pricing, please visit:

You might also be interested in

HMRC to close CHIEF: What does this mean for you?

Fri 6th May 2022

Last year HMRC announced that the Customs Handling of Import & Export Freight Computer system (CHIEF ) currently used to lodge import and export declarations will be fully replaced by a new system called the Customs Declaration Service (CDS) in 2023.

South Yorkshire Chambers Unite to Call for Mayor-led Transformation of Region's Skills Sector

Fri 29th April 2022

Business leaders from across South Yorkshire will join forces today (Friday) to call for the region’s new Mayor to urgently tackle skills shortages that are holding the region back.

Recruitment Difficulties Remain at Record Highs - Quarterly Recruitment Outlook

Thu 28th April 2022

Latest figures released today by the British Chambers of Commerce show the pressure on firms struggling to recruit staff remains at record high levels.

Climate change is the biggest challenge of our lifetime.

Wed 13th April 2022

According to scientists at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), global temperature increase must be limited to no more than 1.5°C to preserve our current way of life.