Well Connected: An Unconventional Approach to Building Genuine, Effective Business Relationships
Achieve your goals by selectively engaging the right people and connecting well with them
Smart executives who want to reach virtually any business goal-from raising capital to finding sales leads to finding the perfect job-know that networking is the key to their success. But traditional networking approaches-meet as many people as possible, amass huge numbers of "connections" and "friends" in your LinkedIn and Facebook networks-rarely produce more than a handful of relationships that pay off. In Well-Connected, networking maven and coach Gordon Curtis explains that the secret to building truly effective relationships is to narrow--rather than widen--your network. His proven methodology for building key relationships that deliver results every time emphasizes selectively engaging the right people and connecting with them well : First, identify a "critical enabler," someone who has access to the knowledge you need and is inclined to help you; second, unlock the critical enabler's willingness and ability to provide what you need by offering her something valuable before you ask her or him for anything.
Well-Connected serves as the playbook for sophisticated business people who know there's a better way to connect with the right people to get things done better and faster.
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Review: Well Connected: An Unconventional Approach to Building Genuine, Effective Business RelationshipsUser Review - Kathleen Rainwater - Goodreads
The secret to creating a useful network is to select the “right” people and develop a good relationship with them. Learn how to identify which relationships you need to develop and learn how to build better business connections. Read full review
Rethinking Your Networking Strategy
Articulating Your Objective
Identifying Your Critical Enabler
Landing an Introduction to a Critical Enabler
Providing Value to Your
Selecting a Critical Enabler Who Is Inclined
Putting It All Together
Using the Right PersonRight Approach Method