August 5, 2019 –The Harvard Club of Boston will host a seminar on Tuesday, August 6, focused on expanding your networking tool box and using best practices. Guest speaker Diane Darling, networking expert, author and speaker, will help members and guests assess their networking skills and share information on how to hone their efforts. Ms. Darling will cover basics like tips to remembering names, how to identify and develop mutually beneficial relationships, becoming a resource for fellow networkers, and creating a strategy to having a network is in place before it is needed.
Ms. Darling is the author of The Networking Survival Guide and has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, and the Boston Globe. She taught in the MBA program at Boston University and is a member of the CEO Club in Boston.
In addition to the talk, photographer David Fox will take headshots of participants so they can update their LinkedIn profile and other networking channels.
About the Harvard Club of Boston
The Harvard Club of Boston is a private club established in 1908 to encourage the social, intellectual and athletic interests of our members, to promote the welfare of Harvard University, to assist students with financial aid, and to foster the Harvard Spirit in all Harvard men and women. The organization maintains two clubhouses: one in the Back Bay neighborhood in Boston, and one in the Financial District. Members of the Club have access to exclusive events, dining opportunities, and athletic facilities in the two locations. With approximately 5,000 members, the Harvard Club is one of the City’s premier private clubs and has been named a Platinum Club of America and a Platinum Club of the World.