Building a tight-knit network helps get you and your products or services get noticed by the right people in the right place, but keeping your network informed is just as important as having great people in that network, if not more important.
How to business network to a higher quality and our Thrive tips for building a seriously tight network
Most of us don’t spend much time thinking about our network, it’s just something we do, this is the same with those you are networking with. What are they thinking about? Most likely it’s not you.
Why publish on LinkedIn Pulse? Most of us don’t have time to tweet, post or publish from every available platform with any level of frequency or quality. LinkedIn reaches more than 364 million professionals worldwide, with the focus being on the professional life, this is what differentiates it from Facebook, Twitter and other social media […]
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network and it’s a great way to increase brand awareness, to reach, nurture and acquire professional customers on and off the LinkedIn platform and ultimately drive leads to get in touch with you. It’s really easy and can be a great way to:
When I went along to my first Thrive meeting I had no idea that, just a few weeks later, I’d be handling the public relations for a music festival. It all happened so organically, in the way that many Thrive connections do, during the second conversation I had with one of my fellow group members.
Trained first aiders in your home or workplace could be the difference between life and death. This course is designed for people who need to refresh their skills or those new to first aid and is to be delivered by Sandra Flanagan. This interactive and practical course has been designed around her extensive experience in […]
It is unrealistic to be able to use the services or buy products from everyone in our networks and vice versa. So, how can you support others to develop trust in your business when you network?
At Thrive we wholeheartedly believe that people do business with those they know like and trust. It’s not just who you know – the saying people do business with people comes to mind!
Some ideas for your Elevator Pitch So what do people like to hear? People like stories. People like emotions. People like to hear about success. Facts tell, stories sell.
Get out from behind your desk and add a few networking appointments to your calendar. Embrace quality and be selective about who you bring into the group and if you expect the best from your fellow referral partners, you’ll get the best.