Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Business networking can be intimidating to a whole lot of people. A room full of strangers can lead to anxiety, fear, confusion, and even doubt. Meeting strangers and trying to convince them that your product or service is better than your competitors can be overwhelming. No wonder many people hesitate going to networking functions!

It doesn’t have to feel that way. Fighting through the fear and mindset of meeting new people leads to quality relationships, better business, and greater professional and personal success. Join our host, Dr. Sinclair Grey III as he offers his tips, strategies and direct quick approach to networking effectively. Don't shy away at upcoming networking events anymore, stand out!

About the speaker:
An inspirational speaker, motivator, author, organizer and “liberator of persons from all intellectual, social and cultural walks of life”, Dr.Grey is a committed advocate for communal change and has dedicated much of his life to mobilizing and inspiring others to achieve their true potential.

A native of the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area, Dr. Grey graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, in 1991. After receiving his call to preach in 1997, Dr. Grey earned a Master's of Divinity degree and graduated Cum Laude from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University, Richmond, Virginia, in 2002. He is a certified NTU Psychotherapist and has received certificates of completion from The Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration in psychopharmacology and adolescent and addiction issues in addition to serving as a facilitator for a Rites of Passage program geared toward young males.

Our webinar series is a complimentary resource and program designed to provide value and educate our alumni regardless of their physical location. Our goal is to provide thought-provoking and valuable content of various subjects and interests that will help you achieve your personal and professional goals. Topics range from general professional and personal developmental ideas to more specialized, focused topics within specific industries.



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