Everyone understands that networking is critical to success. However, networking is only a starting point. There are a number of other things you must do to distinguish yourself from others in your field, and become the go-to referral for your contacts. In this session, Alison discusses the techniques she uses in building relationships with her go-to referral sources, as well as the things she looks at in determining who she puts on her "short list" (her go-to list of advisors to whom she makes referrals).
· The difference between your contacts and your go-to advisors
· Strategically selecting your go-to advisors
· "Making the cut" - strategies for setting yourself apart from the competition
Alison is passionate about empowering women business owners and professionals to successfully and confidently navigate legal and business issues. As a business, tax and estate planning attorney, she assists clients with a variety of matters, including business succession planning, business entity formation, contracts, negotiations, business sales/acquisitions, federal/state tax issues, and development of executive compensation plans. As a supporter of the women's entrepreneurial ecosystem, she mentors business owners, teaches business and legal courses, and volunteers for community organizations that advocate for, and provide resources to, women. She also devotes significant time to serving on a number of professional and community boards.
|Start Date||09/17/2019 11:00 AM|
|End Date||09/17/2019 01:00 PM|
|Informal Networking||10:30 AM|
|Location|| Glitz & Go|
3311 Prairie Avenue
Beloit WI 53511