The masterclass was both useful and enjoyable.Thu Phan
One of the best personal development courses I have been on.Charlotte Patrick
By far the best presentation I have heard for a long time.Tony Booer
A really positive and engaging session. You really helped us to raise the profile of networking with our managers and everyone I’ve spoken to since was very upbeat about how they could improve their networking skills and broaden and deepen their professional networks.Eddie Playfair
A brilliant session!!! It was very useful both for work and personal life. I learned loads.Elvina Rumjantsew
I thoroughly enjoyed the session on networking. It was very different to other sessions I have seen and I loved hearing about some of the research behind it.Ruth Leach
A very useful, informative and enjoyable workshop. It provided an opportunity to reflect about an important but often neglected skill for the workplace, and the interactive exercises really helped to marry theory and practice.Dr Anoop Kumar
Judith presents an excellent framework not only for understanding the inherent strength of one's existing network, but also the tools to make it more powerful.George Ajjan
A fantastic presentation.Sanjay Gandhi
A graduate-level seminar on the art of networking that gives you the ways and means – and confidence – to build and sustain a social and professional network. What's more, this course… entirely de-mystifies and de-stigmatises the subject. …This isn't a about how to be a cocktail party sycophant and collect lots of business cards. It's about a proven method for enriching your life and the lives of others.Jeremy Hildreth
A great workshop.Maj. Gen. Peter Fox
Judith is an outstanding lecturer and handles a room of resistant and defensive trainees with fluency and charm – she makes difficult concepts clear and manageable.Shona Kelly
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A guide to making – and keeping – the connections that make your, our and everyone else’s world go round.
The book walks you through everything you need to know about connecting with other people.
Judith and Tony’s goal in the book is to get away from the manipulative ‘working a room’ concept of networking. Instead, they use the results of research into human interactions coupled with real case studies to justify the hints, tips and suggestions they propose.