NAWIC are teaming up with Norman Disney & Young to host a speed-networking night on Thursday 12 July. The night will kick off with a networking presentation by communications coach Glenda Thompson of Think Feel Know, followed by one-on-one networking for 40 minutes where you will meet 20 others from the construction industry. The event […]
June 20th, 2012
The night will kick off with a networking presentation by communications coach Glenda Thompson of Think Feel Know, followed by one-on-one networking for 40 minutes where you will meet 20 others from the construction industry.
The event will be of particular interest to newer NAWIC members, people interested in joining the NAWIC community and professionals in the early stages of their career.
Participants will learn about amazing gains achieved through networking; the top 3 secret networking tips, and confidence when facing a room of strangers.
The night will conclude with drinks and canapés. Swap business cards and share a drink with industry colleagues at a NAWIC event not to be missed!
What: NAWIC Speed Networking Night
When: Thursday 12 July, 5:30pm to 8:30pm
Where: Norman Disney Young offices, Level 1, 60 Miller St, North Sydney
Cost: Students $10 / Members $20 / non-members $40
Register via the NAWIC website. Don’t forget to bring your business cards – and wear something with pockets!
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