Kintish Networking Skills
Will Kintish qualified as a chartered accountant in 1971 and was in general practice for the next 30 years. Since the start of the 2000 he has shown thousands in the academic, professional and financial communities how to become more effective and confident networkers.
He is a published author of the bestselling book “The Networking Survival Guide”, has presented to 90,000+ people over 1500 times
He has been awarded the Professional Speaking Award of Excellence the highest accolade available in the speaking profession. Whether he runs workshops, speaks online ‘to the computer’ or gives keynote speeches he communicates with passion, enthusiasm and lots of humour. He will tell you it’s his birthday every day. “Well after 30 years in the wrong job it would be your birthday every day too” he quips. His website is www.kintish.co.uk
How to maximise your networking time; your most valuable asset.
A lot of time is taken attending events. This talk explains how to ensure you use your time wisely and create as many opportunities as possible. It’s not about selling; it’s about meeting the right people, asking the right questions building the right relationships and following up professionally. I will also destroy and fears and concerns you may have when you do your networking
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