You, You, Me, You: "Networking Strategies to help your clients leave a lasting impression!
The CCC will reschedule this session in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
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Presenter: Jayne Mattson
Location: Northeastern University | Curry Student Center
As Career Professionals, we know that the definition of networking is about building relationships for information, advice and contacts. There are many articles about how to develop a network, what you need to ask for advice or information, and the importance of building a stronger network. There is an assumption that everyone knows how to build relationships.
Too often however, networkers focus on themselves and what they need, not asking enough questions about their contact.
In Jayne’s recently published book You, You, Me, You, The art of Talking to People, Networking and Building Relationships, she focuses the attention on how to develop relationships first before you even begin to reach out to others for help. Jayne is going to guide us through her concept, so we can help our clients become better relationship builders for a successful career transition.
Jayne is a Career Management expert and Author with deep experience in corporate and private sectors of business. An accomplished facilitator, trainer and coach, Jayne is known for inspiring and motivating individuals to explore new career options and to help them build sustainable confidence.
Founder of CareerEngage, Jayne works with early to mid-career professionals providing guidance and services that helps them “take charge of their careers.” She partners with the Boston Young Professional Association as a Career Blogger and Advisor.
She has written articles and been a contributor on career related topics to Career Builder, Monster, CIO, Mashable.com and other career sites, as well as print publications including The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.
A strong believer of giving back, Jayne volunteers as a Confidence Coach with Budget Buddies, a Massachusetts-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the financial literacy of low-income women.
Jayne is a member of NEHRA (Northeast Human Resource Association) and active participant in their mentoring program. She is also a member of HRLF, Human Resource Leadership Forum.
Jayne holds a master’s degree of Management from Lesley University and a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from Northeastern University.