Explore building and nurturing Relationships in a more virtual world
As we come through the COVID cloud of uncertainty and realise what the new world looks like, it would be remiss to think we can do this alone. Networks have always been a big component of how we get things done, however now more than ever we need to deepen our relationships and think about how we create new opportunities (before it is too late).
In this complimentary webinar, Julia Palmer, Relational Strategist will focus on:
Building positive habits and coming out of the COVID-19 crisis successfully
Exploring how communication has changed and its effects on collaboration, knowledge sharing and benchmarking
Brainstorming ways to deepen existing relationships without human contact.
The 'new' world will require a higher level of Social, Emotional & Soft Skills. Fast becoming the most critical asset, a network does come down to each individual and this is a critical time to reflect on the way we ultimately engage and conduct ourselves.
This webinar will include a live Q&A.
Meet Julia Palmer
Julia is a respected Relational Strategist and best known for leading the face to face revolution! She has dedicated her career to cleaning up the negative connotation of the word ‘networking’ by helping to educate business people on the importance of developing strategies to create and manage viable internal and external business relationships.
Her expertise includes over 20 years of practice and research combined with Advanced Certifications in Neuro-linguistics, Emotional Intelligence Genos International & MSCEIT), Performance Consulting and Advisory, Capability Development & Behavioural Change Assessment.
She has held senior-level management positions working for multinational organisations and living in cities spanning Sydney, London, Stockholm, and Singapore, each experience honing her business acumen and evolving her managerial, communication, interpersonal and sales skills.
She has authored two books ‘Schmoozing the Globe’ and ‘BUZZ’ and appears regularly in TV, Radio and Print Media promoting the growing importance of relationship networking in business today.