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NETWORKING - Be a Syndication vs. a Pilot Episode

Date: April 13, 2021
Location: Online

CPD:1 Hour
Building a strong connection with people has a formula for success.  With a goal for you to be the individual that people can't wait for the next episode or installment of a conversation with, we'll look at some fun tips for building your networking success.  During our hour together we'll look at what's important and why, how the elements of fear and humour play into things with a goal of creating lasting and meaningful work relationships.
John Espley, Chief Connector at Connection Skills began managing his family restaurant at the age of 17 and has been making connections ever since!  Voted the 2020 Victoria Chamber of Commerce Member of the Year, John knows a great number of people because of his networking skills.  He has been a Sales Manager and Director of Marketing and Communications for a number of companies and is a Past President of The Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce and Sales and Marketing Executives of Victoria.  John holds his Canadian Professional Sales Certificate (with Distinction) and is a regular attendee at Wake Up HR.John's current clients include Canada's Best Pension Plan. He enjoys supporting fellow CPHR BC & Yukon members with ideas for making connections.. 

This will take place online on Zoom.
12:00pm to 1:00pm – Pacific Standard Time (PST) – Vancouver
Registration: Please register by the date indicated below. A Zoom link will be sent by the close of business the day before the event.
Registration Deadline - April 12, 2021 - 12pm              
Registration Fee
CPHR BC & Yukon Members - all categories   Included with Membership

  Members Only
  • Questions about registrations can be directed to Emmalee Gummer, Member Relations Coordinator, Vancouver Island
  • Questions about this roundtable can be directed to Carolyne Taylor, Member Relations Manager, Vancouver Island