This book inspires women to actively build relationships and take
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 1, 2009
Author Adrienne Graham will host a book reading for the newly released Go Ahead, Talk to Strangers- The Modern Girl's Guide to Fearless Networking. The book is a guide for women to elevate their networking game and be fearless about it. Networking is a team sport; and if you don't get in the game, you'll come up short on your career aspirations. Let's face it, it may be all in who you know, but it's also the action you take.
Written by much sought after Recruitment Consultant and Networking Power Broker, Adrienne Graham, Go Ahead, Talk to Strangers is a practical guide that gives women key tips and personal networking experiences designed to show that all women can become fearless networkers. Some women find it difficult to make time to network because they don't make the time to fit it in their hectic schedules. Most women don't know how to network effectively, so they feel it doesn't work for them. But with the economy in shambles and jobs (and companies) being obliterated daily, networking allows people to build key relationships they can tap into during their time of need. People are more willing to help people they know and have a relationship with.
"I am a successful Talent Acquisition Consultant and CEO. I am a Networking Power Broker who has mastered traditional and social networking. My Blackberry contains some pretty powerful people I can turn to at any time for advice or just to chat. I wrote the book on Fearless Networking and set the bar for how women network in the 21st century" says Graham. "This book inspires women to actively build relationships and take "who they know" and turn it into a competitive advantage".
Graham is hosting a book reading on the web on Saturday, February 7th at noon EST. Women all over the world can tune in to hear passages from the book and will have the opportunity to ask Graham questions about becoming a fearless networker. To get your copy of the book, learn about the author or register for the book reading visit http://www.goaheadtalktostrangers.com.