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How to Navigate a Room (Career Series #50)
Kim Littlefield from Keystone Associates will provide tips on how to develop a stronger network.

Do you get uneasy walking into a room full of strangers whether it is a business function or social gathering?  If so, you are not alone. Developing a solid network is a skill that is critical to career success whether you are happily employed, exploring your next opportunity, trying to stay current in your field or just looking to build your business.  However, networking can be a struggle for even the most experienced professionals.

During this session you will have the opportunity to:

  • Learn the role attitude plays in networking
  • Discover ways to prepare for networking events
  • Practice techniques to strike up conversations

Learn tips on how to remember names and break in and out of conversations. 

Kim Littlefield consults with organizations and senior executives on complex career transition and workforce planning issues. Kim has over 15 years of experience in training and business development. Prior to joining Keystone, she was a senior trainer with Dale Carnegie Training. As a certified Dale Carnegie instructor, Kim has taught courses on human relations, communication, leadership, sales, public speaking and presentation skills to thousands of people from students to executives. At Keystone, she regularly trains groups on Networking, Your 30 Second Commercial and How to Work a Room. Kim holds a MS in Adult and Organizational Learning from Suffolk University and a BBA from Bryant University. She is an active member of the Northeast Human Resources Association and Human Resource Leadership Forum. Kim frequently addresses professional associations and networking groups, including the Northeast Human Resources Association and Financial Executives International.

Date: Tuesday, May 3 from 6:30-8:00pm

Venue: MIT Sloan Building E62, Room 262

Parking: We recommend public transportation, if available. The closest parking lot is next to Building E51/Amherst Street. After 5:00pm, you will not need an MIT Parking Permit. Click HERE for MIT Parking information.

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Event Information
Tuesday, May 3 2016 at 6:30pm - 8:00pm [ iCal ]
MIT Sloan Building E62, Room 262
100 Main Street
Cambridge, MA 02142
Boston Skyline Panorama courtesy Nietnagel © 2010
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