From the Inside Flap
"Networking." Ugh. What is it about the word that makes women squeamish? We say we dont have the time, we dont know how, or we just plain dont want to. Yet study after study has shown that interconnecting, meaningful relationships are crucial to our professional and personal success. And here we are, fabulous at forming social networks with family, friends, and even neighbors, but suddenly possessed with stage fright when it comes to building the networks we desperately need to reach our business goals.
Table Talk is not a one-size-fits-all networking book. Its specifically tailored to women and our unique concerns, obstacles, and lifestyles. With its real world tips and best friend style, Table Talk teaches women to use the skills weve got to build the relationships we need to move ahead in both work and play. It introduces a lifestyle and language about creating connections that will change the whole landscape and have everybody talking.
About the Author
Diane K. Danielson, a former attorney and vice president of marketing for several professional services firms, is the president of DWC Services Inc., a business development consulting firm in Boston. She's also the founder of the Downtown Women's Clubs in Boston and Washington, D.C., and leads seminars and workshops on networking for organizations and private companies Rachel Solar-Tuttle is the senior staff writer and creative strategist at Bishoff Solomon, a public relations firm in Boston. She's written on a variety of topics for publications including the Pennsylvania Gazette, Harvard AIDS Review, the Boston Globe, the Boston Business Journal, In Style, Appeal, and the National Law Journal. A former attorney, she's also authored the recently published novel, Number 6 Fumbles (Pocket/MTV 2002).
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