WHEN: Thursday 21st March 2019, 7.45am-9am
According to a recent report from LinkedIn Learning, developing a soft skill is one of the best investments you can make in your career as they never go out of style. 57% of senior leaders today say soft skills are more important than hard skills so it’s no surprise that companies are increasingly looking to ensure that their employees are good at networking – a key soft skill.
Join us on Thursday 21st March at our next Breakfast Seminar with Kingsley Aikins, CEO of The Networking Institute, to uncover how changing attitudes, altering behaviour and learning new skills can improve your networking impact.
Our Free Breakfast Seminar Series offers a great opportunity to learn, network and share in a casual and relaxed environment.
Kingsley is the founder and CEO of The Networking Institute, whose purpose is to help individuals and organisations achieve their goals through networking.
Kingsley has helped people in over 100 organisations in 22 countries. Kingsley’s career includes working for organisations including The Irish Trade Board and IDA as well as heading up The Ireland Funds for 21 years, which has facilitated the funding of over 1200 projects worth over a quarter of a billion dollars. In 2008 Kingsley was awarded a CBE for his work on British – Irish relations, and has built up a formidable international reputation over the past 25 years having spoken to tens of thousands of people in 39 cities around the world.
A keen sportsman, Kingsley previously played rugby for Trinity College, Irish Universities, Leinster and Vichy (France).
Irish Times Training Breakfast Seminars are free of charge with topics ranging from ranging from Tech Lash; have we reached peak digital overload? with Meabh Quoirin, Why People Fail to Sell with Conor Kenny and The Content Revolution – Marketing through Story with Jennifer O’Connell.
Our Breakfast Seminars are opportunities to network, to learn and to share. In addition to welcoming industry and academic experts to ITT to share their knowledge, our seminars start with a light networking breakfast and end with a short Q & A session which is open to the floor. And all that before 9.00am!
We’ve been in the professional development and education business for over 40 years. As a subsidiary of The Irish Times we work with a broad range of people and organisations to deliver the highest quality training available. The people who’ve benefitted from our expertise span HR departments across business, government, large corporations and SME’s as well as individuals.Call us today / 01-4727101