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The Laws and Benefits of Networking

 

February 27, 2013 | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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Locke Lord LLP | 111 S. Wacker Drive, 41st Floor
Chicago, IL 60606
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 FEBRUARY BRAINY BITES

With a better than 80% chance that your next opportunity will come from someone you know, the Gray Hair Laws of Networking presentation will help you better understand how to use networking to:

  • Establish yourself as your own brand
  • Use your elevator speech to attract attention
  • Get yourself in front of the right person

 

Presented by:

Scott Kane, founder and partner of Gray Hair Management, a career coaching and networking company helping senior professionals and executives enhance their careers and find new opportunities.

 Members may invite a guest at no charge

No-Shows will be invoiced $20.00 

 

 

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$0.00 Member Registration

$20.00 No-Show Fee

$0.00 Guest Registration - Must be Accompanied by a Member

$0.00 Northern Illinois Chapter Members Registration

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