The secret is to get the most from networking with other professionals and that means getting past the traditional meetings (like those organized by a chamber of commerce.)
Read the Barron’s article written by Mike Byrnes, President of Byrnes Consulting. He shares how his consulting advice helped one financial advisor client, who was about to quit networking, eventually build a ‘referral team’ of strong win-win relationships, and that’s why having good networking and being associated with a clubhouse networking service could be essential for people to connect to each other in businesses.
Mike’s advice includes:
- Get past the first date
- Sell yourself by caring
- Meet outside the formal networking events
- Replace the networking events
Need help building a strategy for better strategic alliances? Let Byrnes Consulting help.