Presentations & Workshops

THE NETWORKING FIELD GUIDE™ Presentations & Workshops

Through her association with the Alchemy Media Group, Inc. Kathy Corday is an accomplished speaker and trainer for business professionals.  She has helped people of all ages in a variety of industries who have wanted to take their public speaking and presentation skills to the next level.  Her networking abilities have assisted numerous colleagues and clients with enhancing their ability to connect to the people they need to know to succeed, be they in the office or out in the field.

Want to learn more?  Consider booking Kathy Corday for a presentation of her Networking perspective at your business, as a panelist for your next Networking discussion or as a trainer for your next career development event.  Her positive attitude, bright outlook and professional approach will enhance any program.  Ms. Corday’s creativity and business acumen enable her to craft her presentations and workshop sessions to specifically address the needs of your firm.  Workshop sessions are held on-site at your place of business, or a local conference center, and can be tailored to meet your needs: 2-hours, 4-hours or daylong.  Regardless of length, constant attention is paid to assess the comfort level of workshop participants via ongoing interactive discussions between Ms. Corday and the members of her audience to make sure that each one will enjoy a positive experience.

  • TWO-HOUR SESSIONS

Groups of 10 – 15 usually benefit best from the 2-hour session.  Participants are encouraged to interact from the start with a diagnostic exercise to begin the session, and a review of Corday’s Top 10 List of Networking Tips interwoven with 1 to 2 more exercises.

  • FOUR-HOUR SESSIONS

Groups of 15 – 40 may benefit from a longer session.  The program can consist as 2 two-hour sessions running back to back whereby the group is divided in half to be reunited at the close of the workshop, or the group can work together if space allows.  In the first case, the session will mirror the format of the two-hour session described below.  Should the group remain intact, more interactive exercises will be added along with a description of five more of Corday’s Networking Tips.

  • DAYLONG WORKSHOPS

Daylong sessions are designed to look at the skill levels of each participant in detail.  Prior to the workshop, participants are asked to prepare by reading THE NETWORKING FIELD GUIDE™: Essential Social Skills for Business then outlining examples from their own personal experiences.  Ms. Corday furnishes copies of the field guides and a supplemental worksheet to guide participants in their self-evaluation.  The first part of the session includes a review of the completed worksheets and a review of Corday’s Top 10 Networking Tips.  Interactive exercises, additional worksheet projects, question and answer periods, and diagnostic evaluations round out the rest of the day.  Breaks are taken as necessary within a two-hour period, with an hour-long meal break taken mid-session.

For more information, contact Ms. Corday through the Alchemy Media Group, Inc. at 312-361-4611 or via email at kathycordayusa@hotmail.com.  Appearance fees for Ms. Corday may vary according to the scope of each project.

© Kathy Corday and The Networking Field Guide™, 2010. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Kathy Corday and The Networking Field Guide ™ with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. For more information visit http://www.thenetworkingfieldguide.com.

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