455 Market Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, CA, 94105
How do some people close deals in a snap, while you struggle to get a meeting?
How do they cultivate a network of helpful associates, while you remain somewhat isolated?
It’s not about personality style. It’s about building and using relationships with friends, colleagues and even strangers - a skill you can easily learn and actually enjoy.
If you are uncomfortable with networking, feel you need to grow your network, or aren’t fully leveraging the relationships you already have, come join us for this lively workshop full of practical tips and skill-building activities. Learn a fun and simple but powerful approach to networking that will make you comfortable meeting new people, developing meaningful relationships, and using your network to achieve your goals.
About the instructor: with more than 25 years of technology, marketing and management experience, Theresa Lina Stevens is an expert on how to build personal and company reputations in competitive markets. She is the founder and president of Lina Group, Inc., a strategic marketing consulting firm that specializes in differentiation strategy, working primarily with technology companies. She also works with the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP) in the School of Engineering at Stanford University. She has served as chief marketing officer for several technology startups and began her career at Accenture. After several years there as a management consultant, Theresa helped found the firm's Communications Industry Group. She served as Director of Worldwide Marketing and helped lay the foundation for what has become a multi-billion dollar business.