The 101 Commandments of Networking

Common Sense But Not Common Practice

by Janice Smallwood-McKenzie



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/18/2002

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 124
ISBN : 9781585004447

About the Book

'The 101 Commandments of Networking: Common Sense But Not Common Practice' is a unique compilation of tips intended to help improve favorable business and personal interactions. This book provides enlightening advice on the simple practices of networking, kindness, sincerity, and acceptance that will help you to reconsider your current methods of networking.

In a straightforward list format, Ms. Smallwood-McKenzie has outlined several simple concepts to boost all kinds of relationships. With much enthusiasm and honesty she offers a guiding manual for the faltering business person or a participant in society’s rituals of church, business meetings, receptions and career.

This is a creative and compassionate work that includes tips on listening, openness, and even humor. 'The 101 Commandments of Networking: Common Sense But Not Common Practice' is written in an easy-to understand conversational tone and often shares anecdotes from her own experiences to underscore important topics.

About the Author

Janice Smallwood-McKenzie is a vibrant, intelligent professional who lives what she believes: we need each other.  Her perpetually joyous and gracious persona, coupled with her belief, forms the basis for her exceptional abilities in the area of Networking.  Whether she is talking or writing about Networking, or coaching her clients, Ms. Smallwood-McKenzie exudes the benefits of individuals effectively connecting with each other.  She became an expert in effectively connecting with people through many years of first-hand experience.

Ms. Smallwood McKenzie is a Networking Coach.  Under her tutelage, some of her clients have been publicly acknowledged by Hillary Clinton, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey and other notable people across the country.

Ms. Smallwood-McKenzie cultivated relationships and contacts with some of the most influential people in the country.  Her organizational skills, initiative and willingness to share information and contacts caused her to become depended upon by many as a Networking Coach to assist professionals and small businesses in expanding their personal, business and political bases.

Ms. Smallwood-McKenzie is respected as a woman who is serious about helping people.  She is a trusted and valued resource to friends and clients for her skills, wisdom and ability to motivate.  "-- Her unique style is that of a warm and wonderful angel who knows how to take care of business and inspire everyone else to do the same," says syndicated radio show host Candida Mobley-Wright of Voices, Inc.  "She's a Blessing."