Event Details

LET'S CONNECT: Networking for Professionals in a Post-Pandemic World!

image for LET'S CONNECT: Networking for Professionals in a Post-Pandemic World!

via Zoom Webinars

August 16, 2022

1:00–2:00 pm EDT

LET’S CONNECT: Networking for Professionals in a Post-Pandemic World!

Most have been out of the mode of networking for the past 2 years due to the pandemic.  Working from home in our pj’s or working in locations with limited business hours and staff has prohibited the opportunity to communicate face to face.  Now that organizations are moving towards in-person meetings and events, we need to re-fresh our networking skills!! This interactive and practical workshop will help participants develop the mindset and toolsets which will enable them to become successful networkers.  They will discover how developing their networking skills while using best practices can grow their professional and personal relationships.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn the purpose of networking and why networking is important
  2. Learn how to develop communication skills for effective networking
  3. Learn networking best practices

Are you ready?? On your mark, get set…let’s go network!!!!

Tell your network about this event

Kordilia Noble

With more than 20 years’ experience in workforce development, higher education; and cultivating strategic business partnerships, Kordilia possesses a wealth of knowledge developed through extensive private- and public-sector work in law, education and human service positions.  As a member and graduate of the Southern Wayne Regional Chamber Leadership 21 and Oakland County’s Cornerstone Leadership Program, Dr. Noble is a strong leader who realizes that leadership is about empathy and making positive connections.  It is about having the ability to relate to and connect with individuals for the sole purpose of inspiring, empowering and building relationships.  This is the passion that fueled the fire of “The Queen Collaborative” – where Kordilia is the CEO by educating Black women on the fundamentals of leadership and entrepreneurship.  Further, as the author of A Study of Leadership Development, Self-Efficacy and Career Readiness among African American/Black Women, where the focus is leadership development and mentorship; Kordilia loves giving back to the community in ways that will make a positive impact.  Dr. Kordilia is a member of the Southeastern Employment & Training Association, The National Association of Workforce Development Professionals, Atlanta’s Metro Atlanta Exchange, the National Association of Professional Women and sits on the Board of CDJ and Associates.  She holds a Doctor of Education degree in Leadership and Management, St. Thomas University, Miami, Florida.  In her free time, Dr. Noble likes to cook vegan meals, travel and spend time with family.

Regular Registration

Dates Available: July 6, 2022 9:00 AM – August 16, 2022 12:59 PM

Registration TypeAmount
Regular Registration pricing is available until August 16, 2022 12:59 PM



Social Media