The keynote speaker Heather White specializes in teaching people how to network. Her Smarter Networking Framework is becoming the leading model of effective and long-term networking for careers and business development. Heather is confident that she can make everyone an effective and authentic networker.
Our keynote speaker Heather White, a networking specialist, started her first business in 1999. Here she realized the importance of networking smart. In order to be successful, she needed to connect with the right people and get results from her efforts. In her own words, “Challenges are a day-to-day occurrence in business, but you just have to get on with it. Knowing who to create connections with in order to exchange ideas, build recognition and respect can get you past those challenges. When the connection really works, it’s so powerful.”
In 2001, Heather started Smarter Networking to help corporations unlock the true values within their organisations in terms of both talent and sales. The Smarter Networking Framework is quickly becoming the leading model of effective and long-term networking for careers and business development. Using the method, our speaker Heather White has helped numerous clients develop long-term trusted relationships and achieve significant results for both themselves and their connections throughout the course of their careers. Heather claims that “Successful and effective networking relies on creating plans and strategies that are directly aligned to personal objectives, the business and sales.”
Heather’s framework has led her to work with some of the UK’s leading organisations such as Ernest & Young, Telstra International, KPMG, RBS among others. She is additionally demanded as an international keynote speaker specialising in strategic networking. With her presentations she is direct and encourages people to think outside their comfort zones. The top-notch speaker Heather White is confident that she can make everyone an effective and authentic networker.
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