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Effective Networking, Part II: Finding and Asking for Your 'ASK"

August 8

Event Details

Do you have the feeling that you are supposed to be able to handle everything life throws at you all by yourself? The current social media culture has amplified the need to look like you have it all together by showcasing the highlight reel of people’s lives. The truth is, the most successful people didn’t get to where they are all by themselves. They had help. One of the most important things you can do to ensure your success is to surround yourself with like-minded people who want to help you reach your goals. Part of that process is also understanding what you need help with and also how to effectively communicate that to people in a meaningful way. Tara will provide you with the strategies and techniques you can use in your communication to
confidently ask for what you want without making your relationships feel transactional and without sounding desperate so you can stop feeling so isolated and overwhelmed and start making things happen in your life!

About tara: 

Tara Bradford partners with influential leaders to help them maximize focus, achieve peak performance, build on their current success, and thrive through major transitions in business. She amplifies her clients' communication strategy by incorporating my background in cognitive neuroscience, nursing, and neurolinguistics. Her approach is through inquiry-based facilitation.

She sits on the Executive Board of a division of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association that promotes best practices in stroke care across the greater NY metro area and is passionate about initiatives that support diversity & inclusion. She is on a mission to help the world feel more connected. Her work has been featured in Forbes, HuffPost, ThriveGlobal, Bustle, Talk Radio NYC, TEDx Lincoln Square, and Glamour Magazine.




Wednesday, August 8th
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT


Private residence in Manhattan—address provided after sign up

Members receive a 50% discount to this event