Rain Maker's Development Group
June 28, 2010: 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
Strong relationships are crucial for success, particularly in a difficult economy, yet the practical skills of relationship-building are too often overlooked. As a continuation of the Rain Making Series that was hosted by Gary Pines of Harding and Company, the Chicago Booth Alumni Club offers this hands-on discussion group to help alumni become more effective at relationship building for business development, managerial effectiveness, sales or job hunting.
Each month specific pre-readings are posted to help participants prepare for the discussion as well as provide guidance on how to build an effective network and how to interact to develop their networking techniques.
Participants will be encouraged to share best practices and support each other in attaining the results they desire. Accordingly, this program will be of greatest value to those participants who are prepared to take action to maximize the value of their relationship networks.
Sixth Floor, Room 600
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
The June discussion will focus on diagnosing your network and getting organized. How would you describe your network? Have you diagnosed your network? How do you organize yourself? How do you move yourself forward? What will you do differently after reading these articles? What learnings or best practices do you have to share with the group? Readings are posted on the club website. http://www.chicagoboothalumniclub.org/content.aspx?page_id=87&club_id=507662&item_id=129451
Registration fee includes all four sessions (light dinner included).
September 20, 2010
November 15, 2010
February 7, 2011
April 4, 2011