When you’re getting started in your field, networking events can be INCREDIBLY useful. But what is the best way to actually get the most out of an event that may only give you 30-60 minutes to network with those attending? Elisabeth lays out a technique called F.O.R.M. and breaks down each part of the acronym.
Then, Jason Hartman talks with Kare Anderson, author of Moving From Me to We, as well as her newest book Mutuality Matters. Kare is a former NBC and Wall Street Journal reporter, an Emmy award winner, and is now a connective behavior speaker/columnist for Forbes and Huffington Post. David Rockefeller Jr, after hearing her speak, said that “Kare forever changes how you see yourself and your world.”
[1:33] How do you figure out who to network with in the short time you have at events?
[4:47] The importance of keeping in mind that you’re at the event to network as you hold conversations
Kare Anderson Guest Interview:
[7:48] What does connective behavior mean?
[10:05] Some simple tips to help you connect with people quickly
[12:49] When someone attacks you, consider creating a bigger pie
[14:05] Having a plan for yourself is a great way to not let others determine your behavior
[14:43] A connective leader has the most clout.
[17:21] Find a good point about the person you met and remember it every time you see them
[21:44] How do journalists like Kare Anderson get people to open up and provide a fuller, richer story during an interview?
[25:06] How did the Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner and Diane Sawyer handle their roles during the interview?
[31:00] What having a meaningful, accomplished life really means