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To Nosh, or Not To Nosh: The Prospects of Eating and Drinking at Networking Events

These days, it’s all about networking. If you’ve been to one of our Women’s Advancement Compact community events, you’ve surely noticed that networking is half the picture. We even hold events that give instruction on networking. But until now, there’s … Continue reading

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The Anchin Effect: An Evening of Wine & Food Education Opens Minds

When everyone in the room is on the same page, you can just sense it. A prime example was last Wednesday evening’s gathering of 20 ladies at Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP for a little education, a little business networking, … Continue reading

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Executive Presence: Putting the U in Punctuality

Punctuality, Period. It sounds so second-nature and unessential to dwell upon, yet being on time speaks volumes about a person— good volumes. Time management skills and preparedness will pay off big time in this dominion, and your punctuality will give … Continue reading

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The Model of a Great Networking Event

I’m not a big fan of the typical networking event, however, I’m always intrigued by ‘unique experiences’. The kickoff of Running With Heels was all that and more. I left feeling like I had shared experiences with the women at … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Closet Introvert.

A warmly welcomed series of workshops Goldie’s Table Matters offers is in networking skills: growing, nurturing and maintaining a professional network. While it IS true that a strong network is a key to business success, the introvert that I am … Continue reading

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