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The classic bestseller on socializing—now fully updated for social interactions in a digital age
How to Work a Room® is the classic bestselling book on improving communication and socializing skills, and using them to create and leverage connections. This Silver Anniversary Edition is fully revised and updated to include the role of technology and social media in networking, as well as Susan RoAne's proven tips for using digital strategies to your advantage—plus practical hints for starting conversations and strengthening rapport with strangers. How to Work a Room®: The 25th Anniversary Edition is a vital tool for business professionals, job seekers and career changers of all ages.
Great to have the anniversary updated version!
I recommend this book to anyone who sincerely wants to change their approach when it comes to their social and networking skills.
The chapters are laid out in an instructional and informational style with excellent examples and stories to support its thesis.
Amazing book that is helpful for anyone, if you're a networking guru or too shy to even initiate conversation! Pick it up!Published 1 month ago by Chris Lea
This book has been an effective and simple book to read and take some great tips from. Susan Roane certainly uses her skills to connect with you as the reader and provide the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Leon Staples
In this hard to navigate busy work this book is a must to help you get your voice heard over the din. Full of great stories and critical information for this digital age. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MAUD H NERMAN
Susan is a great writer, teaching one how to truly network like a pro, be it in person or online. This book is a must read for anyone navigating territory of personal connection in... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Tamar Weinberg
"Susan Roane's sage advice for successful social networking rings as true today as it did then. Only, now the author of 'How to Work A Room' has proved herself to remain the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Bill Farley