Perfecting Connecting
Learning to Speak the language of Others:
An Interview with Sarah Michel

Format: Audio Cassette
1 Cassette / 58 minutes
ISBN: 0-9743751-2-8
Publish Date: October 15, 2003

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DESCRIPTION   ABOUT THE AUTHOR  
Description    

Networking has become the single most important life skill in determining business and personal success. Your ability to be connected within your organization and with outside contacts may very well determine your next sale, promotion, or job offer. Human beings—with their distinctive personality patterns and natural talents—or temperament—are unique! In this interview, Sarah will share her unique approach to Perfecting Connecting™ through the exploration of the Keirseyan Temperament theory. Sarah will show you how your temperament plays a role in consciously creating the connections you want in every world you touch.

5 Reasons to Listen to This Tape

  • You want to succeed in today’s workplace.
  • You want to understand how people are different from you.
  • You’re in a career transition, looking for a new opportunity.
  • You believe that only outgoing, extroverted people make good networkers.
  • You need clues to help you connect with new prospects immediately.


About the Author    
Sarah is an Internationally recognized expert on networking/connecting and is President of Pathways in Colorado Springs which provides facilitation, keynote speaking and corporate training services for companies such as TMP Worldwide, United States Olympic Committee, United Way, Lea & Perrins, Nextel, Sun Microsystems, Raytheon, US Air Force and the Government Services Administration.

Sarah is a Certified MBTI® Practitioner (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®(, a Certified Facilitator of The Self-Discovery Process® and is President of the National Speakers Association/Colorado Chapter.

Sarah is a graduate from Central Michigan University and is currently an adjunct faculty member of the Western and Eastern Management Development Centers in Denver and West Virginia for the United States Government.

 


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