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Networking for Results - April 26th

On April 26th From 6:30pm to 7:30pm

WEBINAR: How to Turn 3-Minute Conversations

Into Relationships, Referrals and Revenues

 

FACT: Networking has evolved from a “nice to do” activity to a required professional
competency.

In today’s complex and competitive business environment, the scope and diversity of your network often determines both professional and personal success. Unfortunately, for over 90% of business professionals, it is also a misunderstood and abused business strategy. This webinar addresses the most common networking myths, explores secret network principles and supplies success strategies for creating and leveraging a network of relationships.  

Here’s what you’ll learn:

5 networking payoff areas that multiply your results without extra effort.
4 strategies to maximize your impact and build trust during an initial contact.
3 little-known techniques that make you seem more personable and professional.
BONUS: 5 Conference networking strategies guaranteed to double results.
 
During this session, participants will discover how to maximize every networking
contact. As a result of participating in this program, they will have the ability to
build more productive and profitable relationships.
 

Presented by: Michael J. Hughes, North America’s Networking Guru 

Michael specializes in helping professionals increase results by improving their ability to
develop and leverage relationships. Building on his successful 23-year corporate career,
he has invested the last 25 years relentlessly researching networking as a business
strategy and professional competency.
Recognized as an international networking expert, he now coaches business, corporate
and sales professionals on how to achieve better results by improving networking skills.
His client list includes names like Dell, Staples, Project Management Institute, Sunlife,
Alcatel-Lucent, Workopolis, Ball State University and the University of Ottawa’s Telfer
EMBA Program.
Michael’s most unique characteristic is that he has built his company from an idea to a
six-figure speaking and consulting practice using networking as his sole marketing
strategy.
Michael has a unique ability to inspire minds and initiate change!

Click here to register (Limited Seating) Webinar Registration 

 

 

Welcome to STC Austin

Welcome to the website for the Austin Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC).

STC Austin has a goal to help our members increase their possibilities by educating organizations on the value of Technical Communicators. This website is meant to be a resource where members can find information on education, employment and networking opportunities. This home page will have "Headlines" showing the latest events and information with links to more detailed pages. Each section listed in the menu to the left will contain additional information not found on the home page, so be sure to navigate through the menu.

Read more: Welcome to STC Austin

   

New Events for March, April, and May

Hello STC Austin!

We have some good activity coming up in the next months after a pretty long hiatus. 

First is the next chapter meeting. It will be held on the 22nd of March look here for details - Chapter meetings.

In April, there is a fantastic workshop in Denton. This workshop will have everything you need from building resumes, working on your interview skills and even how to create your own job opening. More can be found in our events section under conferences. For a quick link click here. 

Also in April we will be having a webinar given by Michael Huges. Michael has been teaching people the value of a professional network and how they can build one of their own. Learn more about Michael here.  

 

These two events in April are perfect to help you take full advantage of STC Summit 2017. I feel that after attending Jack's workshop, and Michael's webinar you would be able to get the most out of a STC Summit. Check it out here.  

 

   

STC Austin Needs Volunteers

Help rebuild and define the Austin Chapter of the STC. You can have a great impact as a volunteer. Your presence and influence will be felt and appreciated.

For more information, contact Christopher Ward at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

   

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