In the book Never Eat Alone, Keith Ferrazzi talks about the power of building powerful personal and professional networks: one person, one relationship, at a time.
One of the things that has been missing in the recent weeks and months for many of the leaders I’m talking to is an opportunity to hear from other senior executives. We often use live, in-person events as an opportunity to talk with other leaders, network, and build connections that we can rely on for future conversations, but it’s much harder to do that in a virtual format, so many events just ignore it and focus instead on the content.
That may not be a limiting factor right away, but scientist Ben Waber’s research shows that the longer we go between times of natural, organic conversation, the less innovative we become over time. That’s why it is critical to make this kind of networking a priority.
I am working with the team that puts on the popular HR Tech Connect events as a speaker for the upcoming HR Tech Roundtable. It is open to anyone who wants to join and hear the latest trends, but it also will have practitioner-led case studies and
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