Apr 13, 2021
8:15 AM - 9:15 AM
Speaker: Terry Goldfarb, Networking & Relationships-Building Coach
Topic: How to be an Authentic Networker
Terry Goldfarb is a seasoned, business development and marketing executive, and a relationship-building maven. Over the past 22 years Terry developed a Leaders in Transition program which has helped thousands of executives network their way into new company roles and opportunities, and now onto their first Board of Directors.
She continues to support executives and senior management in building and nurturing their relationships and honing their networking and connecting skills to further their careers and manage change. Whether in one-on-one consultations, or presenting to groups, she is passionate about adding value and making a difference.
A recognized career consultant, Terry brings enthusiasm and passion to the networking conversation. She shares - both through personal experience and client anecdotes - the importance of having a broad spectrum of relationships with people in all walks of life, wise tips for sustaining those connections, and how this can change your life direction.
Terry's life and career is an example of how having a good list of connections in your network will bring you prosperity, support and alliances that you never dreamed could happen! Armed with her method on how to identify who is already in your network, how to nurture your network and how to maintain it in the future, you will reap huge rewards from leveraging all the contacts you have developed and invested in over the years.
Terry delights in making networking fun for everyone by reframing the process from drudgery to happy anticipation. She has spoken to groups at Lee Hecht, Right Management, Challenger Grey, Institute of Internal Auditors, Association of Corporate Counsel, Financial Executives International, PacifiCare, Deloitte, 100 Women in Finance, Resources Global Professionals (RGP), and Hughes Marino. She has guest lectured at the UCI Paul Merage School of Business EMBA class and Cal State University/Mihaylo’s Center for Leadership program.