Whether you’re aware of it or not, we’re all networking all the time. Many people have the impression that networking is a way to use others to get ahead, but if we reframe our perspective to understand that networks offer ourselves and others the information, insights, and support necessary to accomplish day-to-day tasks and long-term goals we realize that networks can be beneficial to everyone involved. In this video you will:
- Understand how network activation creates benefits for everyone.
- Explore the different types of professional networks and their uses.
- Learn how to identify your own network connections.
Looking for more? Check out McLean & Company’s Activate Networks to Enable Collaboration training.
About the Speaker
Frances Choi brings a diverse background to McLean & Company. Her experience encompasses leadership roles both in profit and nonprofit sectors with expertise in leadership development, stakeholder relationships, presentation, and communication. With her client-focused approach and adaptive learning style, Frances has earned the reputation as being “capable, curious, and caring.”
Frances holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and is certified as a Birkman coach.