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Ivan Misner
International Networking Week is coming. Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the activity that will mark International Networking Week, which is Feb 4-8 this year, and how to participate.
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Here are some tips on packing for a business trip. Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to make recommendations about how to pack based on the dress expectations of the event you will be attending.
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Is hand sanitizer part of your business travel gear? Misner joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the business card protocols of different cultures, plus why hand sanitizers are necessary when networking on the road.
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Here are some key networking while travelling tips. Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to say that you can't take too many business cards or stash them in too many places, plus some ideas about how to present a better name badge.
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It's great to be an American, but dangerous when networking overseas. Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal things Americans should pay attention to when doing business other countries, including being respectful.
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What's different about networking in China? Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal things to pay attention to when doing business in China, including the use of numbers and humor.
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How to avoid being called an "Ugly American:" Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to talk about networking and doing business abroad and how to avoid being called an "Ugly American."
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Why do women think of business in relationship terms?Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why women think of business in relationship terms while men are more transactional, and which approach is better.
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Like sales performance, networking activity should be tracked and measured. Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that when it comes to tracking and analyzing networking activity, women are better than men, and why.
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Do people have a different opinion of their own networking ability and that of others? Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal why most of us think we're good at networking, but we don't think other people are.