3 Ways to Overcome Networking-Phobia [FREE Webinar]
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Date: November 9, 2011
Time: 1:00 PM ET
Duration: 1 hour
Host: J.T. O'Donnell
Guest: David Couper
Cost: FREE
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J.T. O'DonnellJeanine Tanner “J.T.” O’Donnell, founder of CAREEREALISM.com and CareerHMO.com, is a career strategist and workplace consultant who helps American workers of all ages find greater professional satisfaction.
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David CouperDavid Couper is the author of seven books and is an award-winning trainer and coach in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Couper has helped miserable outsiders become happy and successful at Fortune 100 companies, fast-food joints and faith-based organizations.
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This event has already occurred. Please use the red link below to watch the recording of this webinar. Does the idea of reaching out to people make you want to faint? It doesn't have to be that way! Join CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert, David Couper and CAREEREALISM Founder, J.T. O'Donnell for a webinar on November 9 to learn how to approach people in a way that will make you feel relaxed and good about what you are doing. We'll show you three techniques that work every time! Register for FREE today – you’ll feel better about your networking tactics. This event has already happened. You must have at least a Freemium Membership to CareerHMO.com to watch the recording of this presentation. Click here » to set up your FREE account now and watch this webinar! This event is powered by CareerHMO.com. Image from Diego Cervo/Shutterstock
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