14 October networking event in Johannesburg

Friday, October 14 2011 · 10:00am – 1:00pm




Welcoming and introductions

What is networking and why is it more important these days? (the 4 stages of building networks/ partnerships/relationship)

From understanding – integrity – credibility/influence – decisive action

The 5 elements of effective (external) networking

Internal and external networking (know what you want and can share)

Networking to enhance credibility and influence (building a networking group)

Influence mapping – so who can add value to your work?

Building trust

Segmenting your influencers

Sharing resources – material, financial, intellectual, spiritual (an exercise)

Positioning yourself to enhance networking (some ideas to create visibility) different forms of media

Launching an electronic newsletter

Summary, thanks, closure


Fee: R70 per person

Make payments to People First Foundation, FNB, Parow: Code: 250655, Acc: 62279429619

Email payment confirmation to peoplefirst.za@gmail.com. Clearly indicate your name and organisational details or fax to 021 930 2514

For directions, please contact Micardo Cupido at 084 731 9209.


Frank Julie

Consultant – Author – Stategist – Advisor – Facilitator

Frank Julie and Associates

Chairperson: People First Foundation


Author: The Art of Leadership and Management on the Ground and

The Roots of the NGO crisis in South Africa – A look Beyond the Surface


Cell: 078 812 4603

Email: frankjulie2603@gmail.com

Website: http://www.nonprofitconsultant.org.za

Knowledge is Power but Consciousness is Light!

What is important is not so much where you are in the world but in which direction you are moving!


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