The Leader’s Network: Elevating Relationships and Results
Investopedia defines social capital as an economic idea that refers to the connections between individuals and entities that can be economically valuable. “Social networks that include people who trust and assist each other can be a powerful asset. These relationships between individuals and firms can lead to a state in which each will think of the other when something needs to be done. Along with economic capital, social capital is a valuable mechanism in economic growth.”
As the training and development field evolves, are you leveraging social capital for your own, and your organization’s success?
Research shows that thriving organizations and individuals place a high value on social capital and they purposely cultivate it, knowing that it has real benefits – tangible and intangible, personal and professional. The quality of our relationships and the effort we put into them directly affects the value of our work and life.
At the conclusion of this webinar, the active participant will:
Understand the concept of social capital and its value to both organizations and individuals
Learn what can hold us back from cultivating strategic relationships
Define their purpose for creating relationships of value
Apply a formula for developing a strategic network that yields business results and personal rewards – in a way that is genuine and adds value
Design a plan to create and leverage relationships with influencers, leaders, and decision makers in your industry
Amy Franko, Founder and CEO at Impact Instruction Group
Amy Franko is Founder & CEO of Impact Instruction Group, which helps organizations develop their top talent and future leaders through customized leadership and onboarding programs. Her experience within global organizations shaped her skills as a strategic thinker and leader, often providing new perspectives to clients. Amy is a long-time member of ATD and founded and moderates the group’s Central Ohio Learning Executives Network. She is on the board of the Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland. Amy has authored eBooks including 35 Tips to Build Lasting Strategic Relationships and Your Leadership Identity: 7 Essential Building Blocks. Amy will serve as a speaker at ATD 2016 in Denver this May. Learn more: http://atd2016.mapyourshow.com/6_0/sessions/session-details.cfm?ScheduleID=6
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Guest March 2016 Host
Carol Abel is the Vice President of Education for the Food Marketing Institute. She leads a team that plans and implements educational conferences and events for employees and executives in the food retail industry. Her team also manages a catalog of online programs, webinars, and leadership development initiatives. Carol has worked in continuing and professional education for almost 25 years. Carol's experience ranges from university continuing education and online degree programs to continuing education in healthcare and e-learning program development.
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