Successful Professional Networking in Luxembourg
Networking is intelligent relationship management. Developing informal relationships helps you to keep in touch and obtain more lucrative orders for your company. Effective networking is also vital for working in an international environment.
In this seminar participants learn how to make and retain contacts with other decision-makers and how to become an important contact for other people.
The trainer provides advice on marketing yourself optimally e.g. through small talk at after-business events or through the use of business networks on the Internet.
Using role-plays, participants learn how to present themselves effectively in conversation. This enables them to make use of new contacts for their business ideas and to improve their business activities.
At the end of the training, the participants will be able to:
make contacts with good small talk
know what is small talk and why is it so important?
be prepared for after-business events
Market themselves optimally
use effective networking strategies and tips
know best practices in international networking
Marketing yourself optimally
Do you know your USPs?
A tool kit for marketing yourself better
"Impression management": first impression counts
Effective networking strategies and tips
Finding, retaining and using key contacts
Follow-up after successful networking events
Using business networks on the internet
Best practice in international networking
Do’s & Don’ts with new contacts
Taking account of intercultural aspects
Role-plays in English
All public as we all network permanently.
In particular: Sales persons, Board Members, Company Management, HR Teams, Marketing Departments
Body language, active listening, self-marketing and effective networking
The world is everywhere, every minute connected – how, why and for what?
Getting to know someone quickly
Who am I really (to other people)?
How can I become a “business speed dating” expert?
Role-plays in English
At the end of the training, the participants will receive a certificate of participation delivered by the House of Training.
Chambre de Commerce Luxembourg7, rue Alcide de Gasperi