Top Tips Videos
See also FAQ videos
Choosing a Networking Group
There are so many networking groups out there. How do you know which is the right one for you?
How to move on
What do you do when you get stuck with someone at a networking event?
Make Yourself Memorable
Create a clear and concise pitch so people remember who you are and what you do
The Authenticity Puzzle
How important is it to be authentic when you're networking?
Play the Long Game
Set yourself some realstic goals and expectations before each networking event and see how much more effective your networking will be.
Keep Your Business Fit
Train regularly and see how your business will benefit
When not to network
Are you too busy to network? Really?
How to approach networking
Think about how you can help people when you go to a networking event and see how you will benefit.
Use business cards well
Use this simple tip to help you remember people after a networking event.
Listen more - talk less
Listen more than you talk and see how much easier it is to build a rapport. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the results.
Set aside some time to deal with follow ups after each event and say goodbye to wasted opportunities.
How to be a savvy networker
Use these three simple pointers to help you be a better networker.
The ripple effect
See how the ripple effect of networking can win you new clients.
Beat Networking Nerves
See how arriving early can help calm those nerves
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"If you want to grow your network, boost your business and meet interesting and friendly people, come to the next South Herts Business Network meeting. Sharon is calm, organised, strategically minded + empathetic; and South Herts is a very well run group which benefits greatly from Sharon's skills, experience and professionalism. "
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"I am a new member of the Networking group after being warmly embraced, something just felt very right about the set up. Informative seminars and good opportunities for networking both before and after lunch. Well run and diverse."
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