Professional Development Series: Networking Secrets with Joan Gillman (Members Only!)

  • Tuesday, May 22, 2012
  • 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM
  • The Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center

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Joan Gillman, Learn the secrets of achieving networking successJoan Gillman is widely known not only in the Madison area, but internationally as a business advocate. We are enthusiastic that she will be joining us at the third and final presenter of this year's American Marketing Association's Career Development Breakfast Series.

Networking is not about "schmoozing" and handing out business cards to everyone! It's an art, and learning how to master it will boost you to new heights!

Networking offers one of the best ways of finding leads for new business and a valuable component of career advancement. You want to be viewed as a resource for business development advice and a source of leads to career or business opportunities.

In this third and final session, Joan will teach us about the secrets of achieving networking success and how to use them!

About Joan...

After receiving Emeritus status in July of 2010, she continues to act as a conduit between University resources and the business community for the Office of Corporate Relations. In this role, she currently co-hosts a daily radio show, In Business with Jody and Joan on Madison 1670 from 6-7 PM, focusing on local business issues.

Joan’s duties spanned Executive Education from small business and entrepreneurship to teaching managers and designing executive programs. She taught in both the Small Business Development Center (Business Planning) and Executive Education for the Supervisory Management Series. She was co-director of the Agribusiness Executive Management Program that assisted farmers and agribusinesses in Wisconsin. As founder of The Family Business Center, a regional membership program which addresses the special needs of the family business dealing with succession, communication, and strategic planning issues, she successfully completed succession planning for the center.

 

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