Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last
BUILDING A NETWORK CAN BE CHALLENGING
As a businesswoman and a mother, you don’t know if you have the time or energy to find and develop new relationships.
- Have you ever attended a conference expecting to meet numerous people and collect business cards from those who can be a valuable asset to you both professionally and personally, however when you try to follow up you discover that everyone is busy and you get no return calls.
- A friend introduces you to someone you would really like to get to know, but after a few minutes of chit chat, your new acquaintance walks away disinterested.
Helping women develop the kind of relationships that pay valuable dividends to everyone involved is the goal of Froswa’ Booker-Drew in this book, Rules of Engagement: Making Connections Last. This powerful workbook will not only equip you with the information you need, but the workbook format will walk you through the exercises to make it a reality.
Froswa’ Booker-Drew has built a diverse network of individuals and organizations around the world. She has more than 20 years of experience in leadership development, training, nonprofit management, education, and social services. She currently is employed by World Vision. Froswa’s focus is on building social capital in individuals and organizations and this workbook will allow you to build on her experience. She participated in the documentary, Friendly Captivity, a film that followed a cast of seven women from Dallas to India in 2008. Because of this experience, she has dedicated much of her spare time to identifying ways to support organizations that address vulnerable and marginalized youth.