Tag Archives: Conference Networking

Overcoming one of the Biggest Barriers in Networking

“This person doesn’t benefit me.”  “I’m not getting any business.”  Have you ever said, or thought, either of these things about a networking event or while involved in a business organization? It’s not the first time I’ve heard them, which is why they merit a mention here. When you say these things out loud or … Continue Reading

Lawyers: Everything You Know About Networking is Wrong

“Don’t talk to people you know.” “Follow up immediately.” “Meet as many new people as possible.” “Jump into social media.” Is any of this sounding familiar to you? As you head off to yet another networking event or conference, is someone admonishing you not to spend time with the people you know, but to get … Continue Reading

The Value of Conference Networking

Next week, I’m heading to Tokyo for our Asia Pacific Regional Conference, and the following week, I’ll be off to Austin for the Legal Marketing Association’s Annual Meeting (and yes, I’m running my half-marathon in between those two, in a city that is not my home). Because of this, I’ve got conference networking on the … Continue Reading

The Unconventional Guide to Networking

We’ve talked a lot about networking here at Zen, and covered a lot of the traditional ideas: Use social media to prime your contacts before an event. Don’t skip anything. Don’t hang around with only the people you know. Use the event organizers to help introduce you to people. And more. But these are fairly … Continue Reading

Dos and Don’ts of Conference Networking

One week from today, I leave for our Annual Meeting in Sicily, which has got one major thing on my mind (aside from last minute details) and that is NETWORKING. This is our largest conference of the year, so it presents a LOT of opportunities for our delegates to take advantage of the networking opportunities … Continue Reading
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