Networking: The Hidden Key to Project Success

Webinar | Seminar


Top buzzwords in today’s professional landscape almost always include teamwork, collaboration, engagement, change, faster, better, and cheaper. Sounds like a lot! Luckily, you can achieve success in all of these with just one word…networking. Unfortunately, networking can sometimes have a negative association. Networking can be used for evil, but it can also be used for good. Networking is about building relationships, establishing trust, and helping you determine the best way to interact with others. With strong relationships, you will be a better team player and collaborator. In turn, you will be able to get things done faster and better.

In the end, you get paid for who you know and who has the information you need, not what you know. There is not enough time in the day to know everything. On the other hand, there is enough time to build a network that you and your team can utilize to achieve better results.

There is an art and science networking. In this session, you’ll learn techniques that will help you connect with others, including a quick two question DiSC assessment to help better understand their preferred communication and behavior styles. This simple assessment will become your glass ball into establishing a large, responsive network for success.


  • Learn why building a network of strong relationships is your key to success
  • Explore ways to build and maintain your network
  • Learn how to love events and maximize the number of people you meet


  • Length: 1 Hour
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Recommended Size: Any size audience

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