Rediscovering Personal Networking: Michael Goldberg At TEDxMillRiver

Rediscovering Personal Networking: Michael Goldberg At TEDxMillRiver

Michael Goldberg is an expert in the areas of networking, referrals, recruiting — and believe it or not — amateur boxing! Michael has been a featured speaker at NAIFA, NAHU, the Sales Mastery Forum, and LAMP and has been referenced in the Harvard Business Review and the Wall Street Journal. When he’s not speaking at conferences or sales meetings, Michael is an award winning adjunct instructor at Rutgers University and donates time to speak at networking groups focused on job search. Michael is the author of the book Knock-Out Networking!

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8 thoughts on “Rediscovering Personal Networking: Michael Goldberg At TEDxMillRiver

  1. Great talk. Creating a connection is such good advice. It allows you to reveal something about the “real you”, and creates common ground with the person you are chatting to. Well worth watching this video as it has lots of good tips.

  2. I love how he consistently repeats “where to go, what to say, with whom”, which allows the audience to really absorb the advice he is giving, long after they’ve seen his talk. His presentation skills are amazing, and so is his networking advice. Thank you so much for this lovely talk, Michael.

  3. The interesting thing about speaking on face-to-face networking Michael Goldberg is whatever happens in technology it will ALWAYS be a vital and fundamental business skill. I hope the youngsters of today learn that very early on in their lives

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