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CNM ONLINE - "Building the Networking Habit: A Hands-On Lab"
CNM ONLINE - "Building the Networking Habit: A Hands-On Lab"

CNM ONLINE - "Building the Networking Habit: A Hands-On Lab"

You know how to do it. You know you need to do it. So, why don't you don't you do it - BEFORE you need a job?

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Time & Location

Feb 01, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EST


About the event

Why do we only think of networking when we need a job? The truth is that we need to be networking whether we're in a job search or not.

Join Beth Hand for this hands-on interactive lab to help you build a networking habit so vital to your job search and long-term career management.

The lab will draw on James Clear, B.J. Fogg, and the presenter’s experience creating helpful habits. You will engage in individual exercises and interactive discussion to gain insights and techniques to turn networking into a healthy habit. You’ll discover your own secret sauce you can apply to networking. This will be a lively, interactive event so be prepared to have your camera on and a mic.

Requested Pre-work: Please read the networking section in the CNM Job Search Manual at this link: or have attended a CNM session on networking, e.g., "Coffee with Bob."

Recommended Pre-work: Create a draft Marketing Plan. It will turbo-charge your session results and your job search. See the Marketing Plan Workbook at and the Marketing Plan template at

About the Presenter

Beth Hand is a keynote speaker, consultant, and trusted advisor to mission-driven leaders worldwide. She has a passion for building the capacity of people and organizations to change the world via leadership and organizational development.

Beth is the CEO & Senior Consultant at Leadership Hand and has served hundreds of leaders and their organizations. Her writing appears in such publications as The Huffington Post,  Enterprising Women Magazine,and is featured in Hayden and Traditi’s book Get Hired Now!™

All CNM events are FREE and OPEN to everyone!

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