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Ivan Misner
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.
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Why is networking coaching important/ Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to identify why most of us could use networking coaching and how to find it.
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Do others think your networking style work? Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that most of us think we're are better negotiators than we are and how to solve that problem.
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What happens during International Networking Week? Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to celebrate International Networking Week, what it is, what people are doing around the world and why you should care.
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How do men and women reconcile their networking differences? Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the difference between how men and women connect and how they can reconcile the differences and network successfully.
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Breaking news: Men and women are different! Ivan Misner joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what he learned in a global poll of 12,000 people about the differences between how men and women communicate and connect.