“This brief book should be required reading as part of an MBA curriculum. The insights it conveys are powerful reminders that business gets done based on relationships first and foremost."
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) September 13, 2013
"The Nanosecond Networlders: Changing Lives in an Instant Forever", co-authored by Melissa Giovagnoli (G) Wilson and David R. Stover, shows there are compelling new solutions to some of the most vexing cross-cultural, career, and organizational business issues we face today. These solutions recognize that every decision is made in a split-second, and that although we often deliberate for months, the moment of commitment is the moment that counts.
Making a commitment that is firmly rooted in recognized individual core values is the key. No one person can remove those barriers alone. This book demonstrates how to participate in an 'exchange' of ideas, values, and solutions to break through to our true potential-by leveraging the limitless possibilities inherent in every conversation we have.
Melissa Giovagnoli (G) Wilson asks, "Do you surround yourself with people of like-minded values but struggle to find them? Are you experiencing a variety of 'takers' in your life, and spending all your energies defending yourself or your department or your company?"
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Daniel Tepke, president of Satori Group. “Stories have and always will play an important role in learning. The highly effective use of the story here is no different. The story brings to light many important issues both concerning life in general and business in particular. In her book, Giovagnoli provides a seven step tool, Networlding Exchange Plan, which is designed for participants to get and give much more from their professional relationships. The book is insightful, thought provoking and very practical. It is an excellent read.”
Kelli Richards “This brief book should be required reading as part of an MBA curriculum. The insights it conveys are powerful reminders that business gets done based on relationships first and foremost, and an understanding of the people involved; then on the details of the engagement or opportunity. It's a quick read but very impactful. I highly recommend it, and will be spreading the word within my network.”
Doreen Nicastro. “Melissa Giovagnoli (G) Wilson, demonstrates that if you keep your wit about you, find similar people who share your passion, you too can re-ignite and jump start a new career. Giovagnoli, shares the importance of building values-based relationships, how to sustain, maintain and keep business relationships in a constant state of dynamic support. It's all about finding people who you connect with and are committed to supporting each other through the maze of the new work world. You never know when a new opportunity will present itself, be open and aware of the energy that surrounds you.”
“I wouldn't say that I'm business savvy by any means, but this text worked for me, as I found it incredibly insightful and simplistically conveyed. The reader follows along two people who discover the benefits of Networlding, Marie and Darryl, as they struggle and gain new insight. It would be ideal for a corporate retreat of any kind, and I look forward to utilizing it's dogma on both a professional and personal level.”
“The Nanosecond Networlders is a must read book if you feel something is still missing in your life. I could relate to this book and could not put it down. As a business woman, I find so many people out there not listening and have only 'their' agenda in mind. Networlding gives a positive alternative that is a win/win for all parties involved. Great read!”
Melissa Giovagnoli (G) Wilson, president of Networlding, Inc., is the author and/or co-author of 15 books, including ten top-selling books. Her recent book, "Networking is Dead" was #1 on Barnes and Noble and #5 on the Wall Street Journal Best Seller list. Her seventh book, co-authored with former CMO of Office Depot, Jocelyn Carter Miller, "Networlding: Building Relationships and Opportunities for Success" was #10 on Amazon, in Chicago, for 12 months)
Four of Melissa's books have been on top business book lists including "The Power-of-Two" and "Networlding", which was recognized by Booz Allen as two of the top ten alliance management books.
Melissa has been a guest on The Today Show, CNN, WGN, CNBC and FOX. One of her books was featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Melissa is also a keynote speaker on the subject of social media, LinkedIn and leadership networks.
Melissa is one of the world's leading experts on the development of individual and community leadership networks as a means of growing and accelerating brand loyalty and performance improvement inside and outside organizations. The Extravaganza, has been highly rated by Meeting Professionals International (MPI), and she has won a Consummate Speaker of the Year Award.
Melissa received a BA in Sociology and a J.D. from DePaul University College of Law. Her clients have included Price Waterhouse, AT&T, Dean Foods and Motorola as well as dozens of smaller companies and organizations. In 1998 she was chosen as one of six extraordinary women of the year by The University of Chicago Women's Graduate Business Alumni Board.