How to Develop & Maintain Relationships and Leave a Great Impression
1:30 PM – 2:15 PM | West Red Level, Suite 70
How many times have you met someone at an event and all they talk about is themselves? You barely get the chance to tell them about you. They have clearly missed how relationships are formed and maintained. Building your professional network is supposed to be about the other person, it is not about you! Jayne is going to walk us through her framework, You, You, Me, You, she developed and described in her book You, You, Me, You: The Art of Talking to People, Networking and Building Relationships. Whether you are an Introvert or extravert, learning how to put You, You, Me, You into action at your next networking event will help you build your professional network to last beyond the event!
Speaker: Jayne Mattson, Career Management Coach & Principal, Jayne Mattson
Jayne Mattson, Career Management Coach and Principal of Jayne Mattson, coaches early to mid-career professionals in all aspects of their careers, finding their first job, unsure of career direction to having difficult conversations with managers. She provides practical career advice that leads to increased confidence and career happiness. Prior to having her own business, Jayne had a successful career in the Outplacement Industry coaching professionals at all levels, industries and functions helping them transition back into the job market. Jayne excels in developing and delivering dynamic career enrichment seminars, including “Understanding Corporate Culture, “Confident Women Creating Boundaries” and “Building Relationships for Career Success.” Jayne is an Author of a book titled; You, You, Me, You, The Art of Talking to People, Networking, and Building Relationships. She speaks to groups and organizations about how to use her framework of You, You, Me, You on how to build relationships to broaden your professional network. Some of her clients include, WIB, Women in Pharma, Takeda Pharmaceutical, State Street, Bio Young Professional Networking Group and Millipore Sigma Women in Leadership.