What is Strategic Networking & Why Does it Matter to Me?, Webinar
Strategic networking is essential for personal growth, business development and knowledge exchange. Taking a strategic approach toward your own network integrates networking concepts and tools toward the service of business and professional goals. When was the last time you considered your optimal network—to help uncover and leverage new opportunities for yourself and your organization?
Approaching networking as an essential part of your career strategy will help you and your company reap the rewards for years to come. This webinar defines strategic networking and presents you with some practical tools to build and sustain your own strategic network!
You will learn…
This webinar is for you if you want…..
- To gain confidence in the networking process.
- Clear and compelling professional goals that optimize your network relationships.
- To understand the relationship between network, individual, and organizational success.
- To create connections for others and become centrally networked in others’ networking circles.
- To create more efficiency in reaching your own goals through network relationships.
Be sure to include your email address. Instructions of how to join in the webinar will be emailed to registrants the evening of Thursday, December 6th.
About our Presenter
Teresa (Teri) Pappas, Ph.D., is a senior business consultant with more than 18 years of organizational development experience within the manufacturing, financial services, publishing and pharmaceutical industries. She specializes in the areas of leadership and employee development, executive coaching, competency development, and performance assessment.
Teri received her B.S. in Applied Psychology from Loyola University Chicago (Magna Cum Laude) and earned her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Illinois Institute of Technology.
Teri is an adjunct professor with the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, where she teaches: Analysis and Decisions, and Managing Organizational Diversity. She is also adjunct faculty with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, teaching:Change Management; Performance Management; and Organizational Culture and Design.
In addition, she has published and presented nationally on topics ranging from managerial training effectiveness, leadership evaluations,measuring customer service orientation, explaining type behavior, and assessing the impact of individual personalities on team performance.