We all are experiencing a dramatic and sudden charge to our personal and professional lives because of the Coronavirus. First, we want you to stay safe, stay positive and we’re here to help you stay POWERful.
Because of the crisis, it’s likely you are working from home and figuring out how to help clients, as well as connect with prospects. Which means now more than ever, you need to do virtual networking and do it well.
In this episode, host Mary Foley talks with four leaders of area networking groups about how they are helping their members stay connected and growing using virtual networking:
is President of the ABWA Crescent City Connections Chapter, as well as a Recruiting Consultant, Payroll Funding and Back Office Expert with People 2.0.
is President of NAWBO New Orleans. She is also a Financial Advisor at Gustafson Wealth Management, a Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company.
is the President and CEO of Women’s Business Enterprise Council South.
is COO of The New Orleans Chamber of Commerce.
Listen and Learn:
- Why it’s important to stay connected virtually, especially during a crisis
- Creative ways to replace in-person meeting and events using online tools
- Recommendations on how to use social media during the quarantine
- How virtual networking impacts introverts, extraverted, and ambiverts differently
- Hidden opportunities with virtual networking because of the Coronavirus crisis
- The biggest mistake a woman in business could make right now with virtual networking
ABWA New Orleans Website
NAWBO New Orleans Website
New Orleans Chamber Website
MEET OUR P.O.W.E.R. PLUG HOST...
Mary Foley —
Known for her insights, candidness and humor, Mary Foley energizes women entrepreneurs with the clarity, confidence, and tools to attract, engage, and win more clients. In addition to hosting the P.O.W.E.R. Plug podcast, Mary is the author of three books, energizing keynote speaker, business mentor and lover of red capes. For more, go to maryfoley.com.
The information contained in this P.O.W.E.R. Plug Podcast expresses the opinion of the author and does not constitute advice from or the opinion of Fidelity Bank.