For April's breakfast briefing JCI Manchester are delighted to welcome Will Kintish.
Will is widely acknowledged as a leading UK authority on NETWORKING. In an entertaining, interactive and motivational manner, he will run a morning seminar that will help you by:
* Divulging the secrets to help you destroy all those fears of working the room.
* Helping you be in control, break the ice and start the conversation with strangers.
* Showing you how to approach the appropriate people, break into groups and move on with ease and consideration.
* Presenting you with ideas with what to talk about and how to be interesting.
* Spelling out a process for following up, ensuring you leave every event with a potential business opportunity.
* How to get the best when attending seminars and conferences
So for anyone looking to grow their network in a competent and effective manner, this seminar is not to be missed!
Places are limited to 60 and we expect this to be very highly attended given Will's reputation so book on fast so you don't miss out!
Will Kintish's biography
Will Kintish qualified as a chartered accountant in 1971 and was in general practice for the next 30 years. At the start of the 21st century he changed his career and since then has shown thousands in the academic, professional and financial communities how to become more effective and confident networkers. Networking is fundamental to one's success yet so many people fear this activity. Will shows you how to overcome all your fears and concerns when working the room, how to spot lots of potential opportunities and how to follow up in a professional manner.With the ubiquitous use of social media, social networking and mobile devices, the quaint and old-fashioned face-to-face relationship is fast losing the communications race. Will speaks loudly that the old fashioned way still has to be the best for building rapport.He has been awarded the Professional Speaking Award of Excellence the highest accolade available in the speaking profession.. Whether he runs workshops, speaks online 'to the computer' or gives keynote speeches he communicates with passion, enthusiasm and lots of humour. He will tell you it's his birthday every day. "Well after 30 years in the wrong job it would be your birthday every day too" he quips