Networking & Relationship Building: Grow Through Who You Know
Cultivate genuine connections:
Aleya Harris explains how to own and leverage your unique brand voice to build meaningful relationships with your target audience. Once you’re clear on your brand voice, apply Leila Lewis’ five relationship-building strategies to begin expanding your network.
Collaboration is a win-win:
Partnering with others in your industry is a great way to increase visibility for your business and learn new skills in the process. Caren Kreger shares three things from her own personal experiences that will inspire your next collaboration. Then, Claire Bough teaches us how automation can save you and your clients time, leading to a better experience for everyone involved.
Lean on your industry peers for support:
D’Ana Joi Spencer reminds us of all the ways seeking community can support business growth. And if you’re in the process of moving to a new community, Lynne Reznick shares tips to help you get prepared and successfully transition your business to a new place.
What’s Inside – Networking & Relationship Building
How To Use Your Brand Voice to Build Meaningful Relationships // Aleya Harris
Your brand voice helps you stand out from the crowd. Aleya teaches you how to clarify and communicate your unique brand voice to build meaningful relationships. Plus, she’s sharing the networking tool you should implement in your business.
5 Relationship-Building Strategies You Should Follow // Leila Lewis
Learn how to interact more comfortably and effectively with your clients. Leila shares relationship-building strategies to help enrich your network and foster fruitful collaborations. Discover new opportunities, increase referrals and establish a larger industry network by making an effort to nurture the relationships you’ve spent time cultivating.
How to Make New Connections When You Move Your Business // Lynne Reznick
Are you relocating your business and need to establish new relationships? Lynne shares expert advice on how to get ready to relocate your business and tips to establish a thriving network in your new community. Learn how to plan for internal operations and set up a successful networking system. with Lynne’s advice you’ll learn how to set your business up for success, expand your network and enjoy the process along the way.
How to Free Up Time and Build Lasting Client Relationships // Claire Bough
Why are client relationships so valuable in the first place? Having a deeper understanding of your clients will make it easier to help them and create more success for your business. Claire shares helpful tips on decluttering your calendar and building long-lasting relationships. Learn how to set up your relationship terms, automate administrative duties and devote more time to personalized client interactions for your business.
4 Reasons Why You Should Embrace Community as an Entrepreneur // D’Ana Joi Spencer
Feel empowered to embrace your community with these tips from D’Ana Joi. She stresses the critical significance of making a strong connection with your industry in order to remain motivated. Develop client relationships that provide real results and discover relevant community resources to support your business’ growth.
3 Things to Inspire Your Next Collaboration // Caren Kreger
Feeling uninspired about a project that you’re working on or don’t know where to begin? Caren has some tips to help you embark on your next creative endeavor. She shares how to successfully partner with others and the importance of working together with open communication. Collaborating with others in your industry will strengthen your network and help you to develop new skills to grow your business.
How to Build an Effective Work Relationship Through Onboarding // Margaux Fraise
Want to know an essential aspect of your client relationship? Onboarding. A good onboarding process can help you build a strong client connection from the start and secure your success. Margaux explains how to build an onboarding process that ensures everyone is well cared for and understands their responsibilities in your work relationship.