The Art of Networking
Learn effective ways to keep in touch and strengthen your network during the lock-down - and beyond. Even in a virtual setting, you can connect to develop new contacts and reconnect to maintain a professional network, according to relationship-building expert Terry Goldfarb.

Practice these tips in a small group format, as you exchange perspectives in a break-out session.

Please send your questions to by Monday, December 7 or you may submit them during the webinar.

Produced by the 100WF Southern California Education Committee.
9 December 2020
4:00 PM
The program will begin promptly.

Terry Goldfarb
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Terry Goldfarb

Terry Goldfarb is a seasoned, business development and marketing executive, and a relationship-building expert. Over the past 26 years Terry developed a Leaders in Transition program which has helped thousands of executives across multiple states and organizations to network their way into new company roles and onto their first Board of Directors. She currently coaches C-suite executives and senior management on how to further their careers by building and nurturing their networking and connecting skills. Terry’s career has included a seat on the Advisory Board of private company Titan HST, and roles at RGP (NASDAQ), PWC and the OC Business Council. In addition, her non-profit activities have included Board membership, co-chair or co-founder of over twenty organizations, including the Forum for Corporate Directors and the Director of the Year event.
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