Twilight Series: ‘The Future of Face to Face Networking’ with Julia Palmer



Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/03/2014
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
TressCox Lawyers

Categories


Proudly hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright Australia, Level 18, 225 George St, Sydney

Welcome to the Women Lawyers Network, a thriving community of practical resources, mentoring, coaching, networking opportunities and transformative ideas. In March, the WLN launches its first “Workshops over Wine” event in partnership with Norton Rose Fulbright Australia with Julia Palmer, network strategist and CEO of the Business Networking Academy.

Join Julia to discover whether you are using old, now or new world networking. While most people in business are focusing on who they know, this session will challenge you to re-think the dynamic of business relationships and think about who is promoting you! Be inspired to develop new networking strategies to keep you competitive in the future.

Julia speaks at leading functions and conferences around the world including TEDx 2010, (where she was voted the No.1 talk by the audience). She is a twice published author ‘Schmoozing the Globe’ and ‘BUZZ’ and appears regularly in TV, Radio and Print Media promoting the growing importance of networking relationships in business today.

The Women Lawyers Network is an initiative of the Women Lawyers Association of NSW. The Twilight Series is proudly sponsored by Norton Rose Fulbright Australia who have arranged a beautiful venue, wine, cheese platters and nibbles to set the ideal atmosphere. Tickets are free to our valued members and just $20+bf for their guests, but hurry – tickets are limited. Click here for registration.

 

 

 

 

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