Does the thought of networking make you uncomfortable? Does scheduling to attend a networking event sound almost as appealing as a root canal? If this sounds familiar, then worry no longer. Learn how to create a solid framework for your networking and increased confidence in how to make it work for you. We will cover the following areas:
In this program, we will discuss your needs in social media, discuss which channels will be a good fit and educate you on exactly what you need to be successful in handling social media for your organization. We’ll also discuss time management for social media. There will be lots of homework between sessions as you set up and use the channels.
I’m glad you asked. A coach is a person who supports people (clients) to achieve their goals, with goal setting, encouragement and questions. Unlike a mentor or consultant, a coach rarely offers advice. However, the term coaching is often misused in situations where the “coach” provides expert opinion and “how to” answers and advice. Coaching does not give the client the answers, instead energizing the coachee to solve the problem. Typically, a coach helps clients to find their own solutions, by asking questions that give them insight into their situations. A coach holds a client accountable, so if clients agree to plans to achieve a goal, a coach will help motivate them to complete their plan.