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What do you think when you hear the word networking? Endless hours at networking events?

Crafting an elevator pitch? Being a phony? In truth, these are some of the least effective ways to network. When done right, networking doesn’t have to be time-consuming or require you to act like someone you are not. Instead, networking can turbo boost your career and enrich your life.

The key is to start with a strategy.

Inga Carboni will talk about:

  • The optimal size and shape of effective networks, and how to know who should be in them
  • The most common networking challenges people face and how to overcome them by engaging your networking strategy
  • Simple evidence-based tips for building networks, as well as networking do’s and dont’s
  • Who is an effective networker
  • How can you build, nurture, and leverage relationships
  • Effective Networking for women

Inga Carboni

Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour, Global Expert On Networks

Inga Carboni is the Associate Professor of Organizational Behaviour at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at the College of William and Mary.

For more than twenty years, Inga Carboni has helped individuals and organizations increase engagement, innovation, and leadership effectiveness by applying the science of networks and network analysis to the development and management of positive, professional, and productive relationships. She has served as a consultant for Fortune 500 firms, leveraging her network insights to build more gender-inclusive organizations.

Inga is the author of Connect the Dots: How to Build, Nurture, and Leverage Your Network to Achieve Your Personal and Professional Goals.

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