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Why You Need to Add Networking Skills to Your Training Program Now (and How to Do It!)

Thursday, November 18, 2021 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Elise Gelwicks, Founder and CEO, Eleview Consulting
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When people feel connected to their colleagues, they’re more likely to stay at their job. Teaching employees how to build meaningful relationships at work is a powerful way to combat attrition and boost engagement. By providing frameworks and tools that spark human connection and interactive workshops that allow for employees to get to know one another, retention quickly increases.

During this session, you will learn to:

  • Position the value of networking training to your team and stakeholders.
  • Implement engaging and effective networking training in your organization.
  • Create ongoing opportunities for relationship building among colleagues.

 

Webcast handout: https://webcasts.td.org/documents/20142

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Elise Gelwicks
Elise Gelwicks

Founder and CEO, Eleview Consulting

Elise Gelwicks is the founder and CEO of Eleview Consulting, a Chicago-based firm that teaches communication and networking skills at organizations around the world. She’s specialized in teaching interpersonal skills for more than a decade. Elise founded her first company, one that helped students secure internships through networking, while she was in college. After working at Kimberly-Clark and in management consulting, she founded Eleview. Elise has been featured in the New York Times and Chicago Tribune and on ABC News for her expertise in making communication skills concrete and actionable. She teaches several courses for LinkedIn Learning about networking and career acceleration.


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