Join Sue Maitland, PCC, for an enjoyable evening that could completely transform your views on networking. Choose to attend this event and it could result in lifelong benefits in both your personal and professional life.
Sue had to overcome her own dislike of networking when she left her IT career after 25 years and began her own coaching practice, which now she wishes she had embraced much earlier in her career. She has created an activity called The Connections Game and you will have the opportunity to experience it at our next event. Hundreds of people have played this game in the past year and found it a fun and enjoyable way to meet new people, and the best part, is that it’s easy to play whether you are an introvert or an extrovert.
Sue will share some of her top tips for successful networking and tell you why she is so passionate about helping others get comfortable with the idea of networking so that they can show up for events in an authentic and natural way. There will be a chance to win prizes for all who participate in Sue’s Connections Game.
Sue Maitland, PCC, enjoyed a successful career in IT for over 25 years in roles as diverse and programmer, project manager, resource manager/recruiter, and sales executive before following her passion and training to become an ICF accredited professional coach just over 5 years ago. She now helps other professionals who are experiencing or planning a life or career transition. Sue particularly enjoys supporting men and women in STEM careers and is an active member of iWIST.
In addition to her coaching work, Sue is also a professional speaker who engages her audiences with personal stories that reinforce the points she is making. She has shared her insights with thousands of people in the past 5 years. Audiences appreciate her authenticity and her ability to engage and interact with her audience who always leave with lots to think about.
Sue leads workshops on topics such as networking for success, self-care for men and women, and living a balanced and inspired life. She follows a structured approach bringing many of her coaching skills into the workshops. Objectives are always clarified at the start and participants measure their progress at the end and commit to actions to support what they’ve discovered.
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