Greg Peters

The Reluctant Networker

March 2, 2016

Creating Connections With Significance

Networking is more than looking for clients or building a business. Developing personal and professional relationships is how we develop a life of significance. The only way we can matter is in how we change the lives of those around us. Join us for this program where we will uncover:

- The mindset that holds most people back from successful networking

- The costs of ignoring the connections we might have made

- How little it takes to develop powerful long-term professional relationships that help    us matter in the long run.

About the speaker

Have you ever felt a little "reluctant" when it comes to networking?  Greg Peters understands.  A computer programmer by training he was the original reluctant networker.  Through study, practice, and lots of trial and error, he has been able to transform himself into a true networking professional, using the skills he learned to build a thriving Web development business.  Now, as the flounder of The Reluctant Networker, LLC, Greg coaches individuals, trains staff, and presents to associations and other groups on how to get past their reluctance and start building better connections and stronger networks.  He is a professional member of the National Speakers Association and the author of the audio program "Calm, Cool, and Connected at the Networking Event".

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C/O Detroit Athletic Club
241 Madison Avenue, box 6
Detroit, MIĀ 48226