Waterstones, Covent Garden, 9-13 Garrick Street, London, WC2E 9AU
Thursday 15th September 18:00
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Join award-winning entrepreneur Rashmi Dubé as she launches her debut book, designed to support individuals interested in creating valuable relationships, be it at work or as a business owner.
A truly engaging and dynamic speaker, join Rashmi as she brings her bubbly personality to the floor to:
- Talk you through her top networking tips
- Tell her story of a shy young girl turning into an award winning entrepreneur
- Read excerpts from Making A Splash
- Answer questions
- Learn to Make a Splash
Good to see people relaxing on holiday with some light reading material!
An exciting time; the official launch of the book in Leeds
So, as many of you will be aware, it has been many years in the planning and for the last two it has all but dominated my life, I am of course referring to my book. At last I am able to announce the official launch of Making a Splash (a Personal Guide to Networking).
It was a very hot and clammy day and despite the fact that we weren’t scheduled to start until 5.30pm people began to arrive from 5pm. We couldn’t serve the fizz, something to do with rules, and so everyone took a seat, started to chat and by chance to network.
I couldn’t really have planned it better, there was a wonderful atmosphere and it was clear that everyone in the room was eager to hear more about where my plans for the book came from and what experiences had led to me choosing to put pen to paper.
We all have to network whether this is done externally building relationships or internally within your own organisations, understanding how you best network is crucial in helping you develop long standing relationships.
I offer workshops and one to one coaching. To find out more email me firstname.lastname@example.org
“Just to say thank you for the great workshop on Thursday. I got some much from this. I was traveling to Turkey on Friday and got time to read your book too. It was brilliant. Practical step by steps tips and easy to understand chunks that will really help how we network. I have learned a lot from it. In fact, my brother in law who works for a large accountancy firm in Istanbul is now reading it here (he likes the part about networking in his own company). Good luck with the book. All the best,”