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Networking: Milk That Conference (Part 1)


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You know networking is a good idea.  But it can feel tricky to get started, to know what to say, or to know what to do with the resulting stack of business cards. It’s tempting to gravitate towards people you already know, when you could be developing new contacts. 

This is a fun interactive workshop, designed for intelligent people who want to get the most out of the networking opportunities at the conference. We will address:

NB: This workshop is a double session, and includes time for lunch. It is not the same session repeated twice, so please be there for both parts! …your lunch break will be a working break. Yep, you’ll be out there practicing your networking skills. There will be winners. There will be cheering. There will be prizes. 

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Stream: 101
Room: Suzuka
Time: 13:45 - 14:45

Speakers


  • Denise Mortimer at Fearless Enterprises!
  • Denise Mortimer is a Positive Psychologist having completed her post graduated studies at the University of East London. Having always looked on the ‘bright side of life’ she was delighted when she found a Master’s Degree in Applied Positve Psychology to enable her to back up her innate good nature and practices with academic evidence to support why Positive Psychology is good for not only us as individual, but for society as whole. Originally from New York, she now lives in London. She spends her time as a Life Coach and Business Mentor as well as doing public speaking engagements to extol the virtues of Positive Psychology to anyone who’s willing to listen and implement ideas to create a happier planet.


    Email: denisemortimer3@gmail.com

  • Denise Mortimer at Fearless Enterprises!
  • Denise Mortimer is a Positive Psychologist having completed her post graduated studies at the University of East London. Having always looked on the ‘bright side of life’ she was delighted when she found a Master’s Degree in Applied Positve Psychology to enable her to back up her innate good nature and practices with academic evidence to support why Positive Psychology is good for not only us as individual, but for society as whole. Originally from New York, she now lives in London. She spends her time as a Life Coach and Business Mentor as well as doing public speaking engagements to extol the virtues of Positive Psychology to anyone who’s willing to listen and implement ideas to create a happier planet.


    Email: denisemortimer3@gmail.com

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