Successful, effective collaborations are founded on relationships that share the same deep intent and purpose. In the highly complex, inter-connected environments that social entrepreneurs and sustainability practitioners work there is a strong need to establish both strong connections and weak connections in your network in order to find collaborators, not just with compatible skills and talents but more importantly, with shared purpose, passion and principles.
- How do you find these people in your networks?
- How can you make our networks work for you?
- Who are the people who can lead you to the right people?
- How do you build trust with new connections?
- How do you identify and nurture the weak links that can lead you into new areas?
Networlding* is a proven methodology adopted by many major organisations that enables you to use your networks to create and develop valuable relationships built on ideas and purpose. In so doing, it enables people to achieve their goals faster and co-create expansive goals and opportunities to make a bigger difference.
“Collaboration through purposeful networking”
Shoreditch Trust in Hoxton, London
8th February 10:00 – 17:00.
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Kwai Yu, Founder and CEO of Leaders Cafe. Leadership Philosopher & Gwyn Jones, Director Association of Sustainability Practitioners
* Networlding is about building effective "values-based" leadership networks. If you are a leader who wants to grow powerful, sustainable networks that make a difference for you, your colleagues and your community then Networlding will be a powerful technique to master. Networlding started ten years ago, based on Melissa Giovagnoli-Wilson’s and Jocelyn Carter Miller’s best-selling Amazon book by the same name.