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e-Book The Secrets of Savvy Networking: How to Make the Best Connections for Business and Personal Success download

e-Book The Secrets of Savvy Networking: How to Make the Best Connections for Business and Personal Success download

by Susan RoAne

ISBN: 1593978596
ISBN13: 978-1593978594
Language: English
Publisher: Macmillan Audio; Abridged edition (December 27, 2005)
Category: Skills
Subategory: Work and Money

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Rating: 4.7
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Susan RoAne teaches us how to maintain a personal touch amid all the high-tech wizardry.

Susan RoAne teaches us how to maintain a personal touch amid all the high-tech wizardry. Her narrative technique takes a no-nonsense, straightforward approach. The listener is confident that she knows her subject well as she moves quickly from one important tip to another. The book lends support to any working person facing the changing times of earning a living. SUSAN ROANE is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and bestselling author.

Start by marking The Secrets of Savvy Networking: How to. .Nothing new there, but for a person like me, I found this book interesting because it made me think seriously about, as I used to put it earlier - this networking crap

Start by marking The Secrets of Savvy Networking: How to Make the Best Connections for Business and Personal Success as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Nothing new there, but for a person like me, I found this book interesting because it made me think seriously about, as I used to put it earlier - this networking crap. Hopefully, I will be able to pick up on its tips and build my own network. And perhaps do it right, with my own Simple basic ground rules for networking.

Now ace business consultant RoAne presents a practical, detailed guide.

The Secrets of Savvy Networking : How to Make the Best Connections for Business and Personal Success. In this era of, making it means making connections-and putting those connections to work. Now ace business consultant RoAne presents a practical, detailed guide that offers solid nuts-and-bolts advice, sound strategies, and handy tips on improving people skills, expanding resources, and effectively exchanging ideas, advice, and information. RoAne is the bestselling author of How to Work a Room.

How to Make the Best Connections for Business and Personal Success. Now, Susan RoAne, best selling author of How to Work a Room, offers her surefire methods for developing your networking techniques and resources and turning your networks into a ladder for success.

In this era of, making it means making connections - and putting those connections to work. How powerful are your networking skills?

In this era of, making it means making connections - and putting those connections to work. How powerful are your networking skills? Susan Roane, bestselling author of "How to Work a Room", offers her surefire methods for developing networking techniques and resources, and turning them into a ladder for success

Susan RoAne teaches us how to maintain a personal touch amid all the high-tech . This book will make you cognizant of everything from business card etiquette to the importance of a mentor

Susan RoAne teaches us how to maintain a personal touch amid all the high-tech wizardry. Susan Roane, bestselling author of "How to Work a Room", offers her surefire methods for developing networking techniques and resources, and turning them into a ladder for success. This book will make you cognizant of everything from business card etiquette to the importance of a mentor.

RoAne, aka The Mingling Maven, is a sought-after speaker and author of How To Work a Room, The Secrets of Savvy . We teach people how to respond to us. If we introduce ourselves with our first and last names, over 80% of the time, people respond in kind.

RoAne, aka The Mingling Maven, is a sought-after speaker and author of How To Work a Room, The Secrets of Savvy Networking and more. She speaks for corporate, military and university audiences. She has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle and newspapers worldwide. Then, we know each other’s names. When you give the benefit of what you do, you give people an opportunity to ask a question and begin the conversation. She speaks well, gets to the bottom line providing one tip after another on effective networking. Her narrative technique takes a no-nonsense, straightforward approach

Susan RoAne teaches us how to maintain a personal touch amid all the high-tech wizardry. c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine.

The essential guide to networking is now on available on CD.

In this era of super-communications, making it means making connections―and putting those connections to work. How powerful are your networking skills?

Susan RoAne, bestselling author of How to Work a Room, offers her surefire methods for developing networking techniques and resources, and turning them into a ladder for success. Let her show you how to:• Obtain leads, referrals, and contacts• Identify your networking gaps and fill them in• Employ essential and appropriate follow-up procedures• Make effective use of business tools―from cards to phone to lunches to the office grapevine

Down-to-earth, humorous and immensely practical, THE SECRETS OF SAVVY NETWORKING will increase your confidence in dealing with everything from an answering machine to a room full of strangers.

Comments:
Lightbinder
Great CD. Made me feel more confident when networking. Nothing too groundbreaking- but helpful tips to be reminded. Great for someone who has difficulty networking. It doesn't really tell you how (not a step-by-step improve your skills) but what to do once contact is made.

Arryar
Another superb book from Susan RoAne - absolutely love the 10 Tips from the Mingling Mavens!

Acebiolane
This book has a lot of potential, but mostly fails to teach things you wouldn't have otherwise thought of yourself.
There are several useful suggestions scattered throughout the book, but no sustained sections of good quality writing. Every time I came upon something that I wanted to read more details about, the author skipped onto to some other self-evident tangent. Also the author uses a lot of examples from her public speaking life, which are generally uninteresting and not relevant to most people's business life.

MisTereO
I just finished listening to this on my iPod yesterday, and feel more than a little ripped off. Why:
1) Ms RoAne has an incredibly annoying, high-pitched, Minnie Mouse voice. Reading it herself makes it a very unpleasant experience.
2) The book is not about networking. There's a lot about very basic etiquette -- stuff like, if you're out on a business lunch, don't order lobster, caviar and chamagne. Gee, thanks.
3) She's an incredibly bad writer. She loves cliches, and she skips from one superficial topic to the next. For instance, I was listening to the chapter on business lunches. The second it started, I thought to myself, "I'll bet this woman is going to use the phrase "break bread", which is an incredible cliche. I wonder how many seconds it will take until she does?" I started counting. It took six.
4) The book is way out of date. It hasn't been revised in a long, long time. She writes about "car phones" when I think she means cell phones -- perhaps they hadn't been invented when she wrote this. She writes at some length about the etiquette of using fax machines. I, and most people, rarely use one.
This book reeks of a fairly ham-handed attempt to make maximum money with minimum effort. Don't buy it.

Balhala
This book was published over a decade ago, but I still seem to overhear all the buzzwords the author fandances with, as well as the underlying ideology of genderized success-mongering. It's not what you do or what mission you might have, if any (other than your own vaunting or subterranean ambition) but who you are as a function of who you know and can pretend to know. An old story, but always re-occurring in the dress of the era, now micro-era.

A terrible book, really, but I think the people for the whom the title has allure will actually like the thing. Even if it is "out of date".

I have to say, Ms. Roane seems to dislike cell (she calls them "portable") phones and seems inclined to admonish against the use, in excess anyway, of personal electronic devices generally. So the book definitely needs updating there. Only a real Luddite nobody (or is "Luddite" a male word?) wouldn't be maxing out their look with the most current diminutive beeping and ring-toning gadgets, and pitching them into the landfill within three months. You know how some books have "exercises" and quizzes and have-your-say chapters? Just pretend that Ms. Roane has invited you to observe how people are doin' it (electronically I mean) and to fill in those blanks for yourself. If you can't keep up, you'll never arrive in any network, other than the kind the spider weaves.

Tojahn
Susan Roane touches several aspects of networking, many of which will add a new perspective of how you may or may not continue to operate in the business world. This book will make you cognizant of everything from business card etiquette to the importance of a mentor. Great introduction for a novice networker; super review for a pro.

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