Conroe Chamber offers mini workshop on Networking for Success
CONROE, TX -- “Networking” is something we do every day when we connect with another person. How well we communicate and make a connection is key to having another encounter and accomplishing more through increased relationships in your business and personal life. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, or if you're an introvert and hate 'putting yourself out there', this program is a great way to give yourself useful tools to help you grow.
The Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce will host the next Professional Business Development workshop on Wednesday, July 24 from 8:00am until 9:30am at The Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber boardroom, located at 505 W. Davis in Conroe. This seminar topic is “Networking Is Just One Letter Away From Not Working.” It will be a “How to” with actionable steps to maintain engagement and increase deeper relationships in your business and life. Steve Scott, The Houston Business Coach, published author and keynote speaker will take you under the hood, to learn how to have better relationships and as a result improve your networking.
“We draw on our experiences from our own self-talk and our culture when we meet new people”, said Steve. “I will share information how this influences the way we network in public”.
Steve will share stories with specific points of reference you can immediately apply to be more effective in your relationships which can take your networking from not working, to working, and you to a better place both personally and professionally. Participants will learn about their own personal self-talk and the four communication connectors/ four disconnectors, that may cause people either to find you interesting or to be disinterested. Learn what makes you feel good after attending a business networking meeting or in a social setting meeting new people.
Steve Scott founded his personal business coaching practice in 2005. He believes that: “Different isn’t necessarily better. But that better is always different.” His practice focuses on collaborating with and supporting individuals and companies in the areas of team building, leadership, business processes, sales, marketing and personal development. His clients range from Costco to international corporations to small businesses to solo professionals.
Steve has started and built several companies in various areas including retail, service, and manufacturing, with the largest having 80 employees. Along the way he has had several entertaining experiences from bribing his way to the top of a military dictatorship in South America, to successfully working undercover to bring down an illegal business.
Recently, he published his first book, Wings to Fly, focusing on personal development, with 365 daily readings to accelerate the process of successful performance. Steve has an MBA from the University of Denver where he was named one of 300 outstanding students and had the top Masters’ thesis in his graduating class. An alumni of 2012 class of Leadership Montgomery County, Steve has lived in the Spring, Woodlands, Conroe area since 1978 and has served on the boards of several non-profits.
Every other month, the Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber offers educational seminars to members and not-yet members through their Professional Business Development program. These workshops vary on date and time throughout the year and focus on the creation, development, marketing and management of local and small business in the area. From preliminary planning stages, building a book of business, to filing taxes, using social media and finding the right employees to take your company to the next level, these seminars are a part of the Chamber’s continuing commitment to provide affordable education covering a multitude of topics that foster business growth and cultivate sustainability for the community.
Registration for the “Networking Is One Letter Away From Not Working” workshop is required as there is limited space at the venue. Register online at http://bit.ly/2LeRP2U or go to www.Conroe.org and route to the Chamber Calendar on July 24. Chamber members pay $10, and guests or non-registered members pay $15. Doors open at 7:45. A light breakfast is generously sponsored and provided by the chefs and the Primrose School of Conroe.
Learn more about the Conroe/Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce by visiting their website at www.Conroe.org, calling 936.756.6644. Follow them on Facebook, www.Facebook.com/CLCChamber