Sustainable Networks

How to Forge Powerful Relationships that Result in Sustainable Business Networks

We’ve all heard the advice that networking is important for our careers. It’s great advice. But the critical missing piece to this advice is LEARNING exactly HOW do we be authentic and genuine while we serve others when we are networking?


How do you network successfully?


Well, forget networking and start by embracing relationships.There is power in your relationships that extend beyond a generic introduction.


Networking is 9 to 5;Relationships are forever.


When you create connections based on a genuine interest in others;  you’ll be more successful. People work with people they know, like, recognize have an expertise they need and feel they can trust.


Having an established business network has become a critical part of our professional lives. Done right, your relationships in your network will provide you a range of benefits. These include the exchange of knowledge, resources and ideas that can take your career, you’re business to the next level.


Building relationships is a skill beyond a numbers game or talking to a multitude of different people. In this session, you’ll walk away with with the exact process that Lisa has been successful with at building genuine profitable business relationships that results in a massive sustainable network.


Learning Objectives:

  • Reveal your why not your what
  • Asking the right questions:  be remembered and repeated
  • Practice Follow Up
  • Persistence plays a big Role
  • Serve first
  • How listening goes a long way
  • Uncover how to find your target audience?


Who is this for?

  • Anyone interested in growing their network and meeting new people
  • Anyone who wants to meet influencers and receive support & guidance from them
  • Anyone interested in raising their own profile and status within their industry
  • YOU!


Maya Angelou said, “People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”