Talent is great but relationships get you hired

The ability to create powerful new relationships in any given situation is one of the primary factors in the success of your career and the work you create.

Making and maintaining powerful relationships is what the industry calls ‘Networking’, and yes, it sends a shiver down the spine of most people.

 

Yet, ‘networking’ is an essential skill to master and arguably the biggest hurdle you must overcome in order to find the success your hard work deserves.

 

That’s why we have created this one day workshop, specifically aimed at reluctant creatives. So you can be both effective and comfortable in the room.  

 

On this workshop, you can and WILL master this in one day.

 

When: September 4th 2018

Time: 9.30am - 5.30pm

Where: Regent’s University, Regent’s Park NW1 4NS

How much: £48.50

 

'‘The workshop has taken the fear out of networking for me. I’ve discovered it’s actually everything you don’t think it is: easy, fun and emotionally rewarding.’
Kristina Day

What we know we all feel some reluctance and resistance about...

  • Committing to going in the first place!
  • Getting in and out of small groups that seem impenetrable.
  • Initiating conversation with strangers.
  • Not knowing what to say when you do get into a chat.
  • Not knowing how to pitch yourself and your work.
  • Secretly hating those people who seem to do it effortlessly (we show you how they do it).
  • Having to move away from the 'safe friend' you came with or the safe group you find at the event.
  • Urghhhh, can't someone else do it for me?
  • Re-comitting to the next one after getting through the one you just did.
  • Can't I just stay home or at work and do the thing I love?

Now consider that in one day we can turn around all of these challenges in such a way that you ACTIVELY look forward to the next opportunity to network, and when you are present at these opportunities, you become the centre of the room.

 

Remember, the people who could buy your products, services, talent, work... are really buying into you.

 

In order to do that, they have to first know you. Second they need to feel like they can work with you. Finally they need to love your work. And their decision making is in that order. The work comes LAST.

 

Don’t be that creative who thinks their work is SO good, they can stay home and hide behind the laptop and wait for that call or email. Take control of your destiny, overcome your fear and learn with us how networking can be FUN!

 

This workshop will help you overcome any nerves and put you in a state of unstoppable confidence.

 

 

'‘Superb value and a must for anybody who thinks they hate Networking’
Matthew Budge

Your outcomes

  • Deconstruct your fears and destroy them once and for all.
  • Learn proven tactics and strategies that get results in the room.
  • Learn how to leave, not just with a card, but with a lasting desire to continue the relationship.
  • Learn the different networking styles for different people, places and opportunities.
  • Timing – when it’s appropriate to pitch your project and when it’s not.
  • Highlight weaknesses in your networking style, and offer immediate feedback and solutions.
  • Give you tons of practice – and practice makes perfect!
  • Learn how to engage through the art of listening, mirroring and being your authentic self.
  • How to pitch without pitching.
  • Turn your fear into FUN! You will leave chomping at the bit to dive in and start creating new relationships.

Using real life examples, practical exercises and role play, this 'hands on' workshop will set you up for your outstanding career and equip you with all the tools you’ll need to network any room, at any time, with anyone. Best of all, it's a liberatingly fun day that will unlock your true potential.

 

Sign up below and NEVER feel the fear ever again...

 

‘This workshop was one of the most helpful and informative courses I’ve ever done. I felt so much more confident in not only my networking abilities but my screenwriting abilities as a whole.’ Zoe McDonagh