Everybody has heard it, “it’s not what you know, but who you know!” And how networking can further our relationships with others. But have you ever stopped to think about your own network, especially your internal network, and how it can be your most effective tool yet.
Networking is a key-life skill whether you are employed inside of a company, running your own company, looking for a new position, and/or seeking new information or knowledge. Many people are comfortable with networking and understand how to network – but some people are not. We can all use practice and tips on how to best make networking work for you and the other person. Please join us for this interactive session so you can further enhance your networking skills and knowledge.
Amy Dinning is a Learning and Development Manager of ARRIS, with extensive experience working with all organizational levels setting the strategy, creating, promoting, and delivering talent, leadership and learning solutions designed to support the organization’s business plan. Amy is passionate about creating an interactive and enjoyable environment that supports learning and growth.
She created and is the Chief Facilitator of Jump Start Your Job Search Workshops offered twice/year for the last 6 years. She serves as co-lead of the ATD Leadership & Organizational Development Special Interest Group, and is a Board Member and Programming Director for My Career Transitions networking group. Amy has a Master of Education degree in Instructional Systems and Design from Penn State University. Her undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Grove City College.