Networking Skills Workshop April 10

Mar. 13, 2014 - by keward

Networking Skills Workshop April 10

Featuring Alana Muller, author of Coffee Lunch Coffee

 
March 13, 2014
Networking Skills Workshop April 10

The public is invited to a free workshop on networking April 10, 2014 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., followed by a reception in Mabee Library on the MNU Olathe Campus. Alana Muller, author of “Coffee Lunch Coffee” and president of Kauffman FastTrac® will present Networking Skills for Increased Opportunities. Muller will lead participants through a variety of exercises designed to master networking skills in the 90-minute workshop. Due to limited seating participants should register online.

An expert in networking for success, Muller published a practical guide to various kinds of interpersonal networking topics and techniques – and will share information from her book and companion blog, CoffeeLunchCoffee.com. A dynamic and articulate speaker, Muller makes learning the art of networking both entertaining and informative.

After the workshop a reception and book signing will be held. The author will have books available for purchase at the event. Networking Skills Workshop April 10

In partnership with the Olathe Public Library, Muller will give a second presentation April 17 at the downtown library, 201 E. Park, from 8 to 9 a.m. Participants are invited to attend the Chamber Coffee immediately following the presentation. Also free, the public is invited to register due to limited seating by visiting the events page on www.olathelibrary.com. Books for purchase and a book signing will also be available.

Networking Skills for Increased Opportunities is part of MNU’s Week of Scholarship April 7-11, which features events celebrating the creativity, research and academic achievement of faculty and students at MNU.

For more information about the networking workshop, visit the event page or call (913) 971-3568.

MNU has partnered with Kauffman FastTrac® to offer the educational program that gives entrepreneurs the foundation and network needed to succeed. Two unique 10-week courses are geared towards aspiring entrepreneurs or those who want to explore the next stage of growth in their business. Classes meet one night a week at MNU in Olathe.

 

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