Nov
01
20:00
Weaving More Strings Into Your Net(work)
Workshop
Hebrew Session
Agam Rafaeli-Farhadian
City Director @ House of Genius
Agam Rafaeli-Farhadian is an entrepreneur focused on creating networks. He is the founder of the Israeli chapter of House of Genius, a secret invite-only event that brings geniuses and entrepreneurs together with the goal of solving hard problems where non of the participants introduce each other. His passion is building human networks. Agam is an editor of Wikipedia, a contributor in open source technology projects, a Stanford AMENDS fellow, an IVLP fellow with the United States State Department and an Atkin Fellow with King’s College London
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Agam Rafaeli-Farhadian
In this Jolt session, Agam teaches us the three daily habits we need to have to help us build, develop, and maintain our own personal professional networks. Our personal networks are not only a game changer in today's professional world, they're a part of our role as professionals. Though maintaining a personal network seems like a skill some people have since birth, this is a common misperception, and having a personal network is something you can have too.
Questions this talk answers:
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What daily habits can I adopt to strengthen my professional network?
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How can I bring back the connections to my professional network that have gone loose?
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How can I keep track of the people that I want to maintain in my professional network?
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Agam Rafaeli-Farhadian
City Director @ House of Genius
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Agam
Agam Rafaeli-Farhadian is an entrepreneur focused on creating networks. He is the founder of the Israeli chapter of House of Genius, a secret invite-only event that brings geniuses and entrepreneurs together with the goal of solving hard problems where non of the participants introduce each other. His passion is building human networks. Agam is an editor of Wikipedia, a contributor in open source technology projects, a Stanford AMENDS fellow, an IVLP fellow with the United States State Department and an Atkin Fellow with King’s College London
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