Truth or Delusion, Busting Networking's Biggest Myths
Upland, CA (PRWEB) April 3, 2007
Business networking is a practice that occurs every day, everywhere across the globe; but have you ever wondered whether men and women approach networking differently?
New York Times best-selling author Dr. Ivan Misner and Hazel Walker and Frank De Raffele are three people who did wonder whether the sexes approach networking differently. Together, they will be co-authoring a book on the subject, based on the findings from an online survey which is available now for the general public to participate in.
This innovative survey, which takes only a few minutes to complete, is an opportunity for anybody and everybody to play a part in finding the answer to the mysterious and very interesting question of whether men and women actually do approach networking differently. The survey's findings will be used to decipher fact from stereotype and assumption regarding gender in relation to business networking; and any opinions and/or comments contributed by survey participants will be kept completely confidential.
To take the "Networking and the Sexes" survey now, visit:
Questions? Call Dr. Ivan Misner at BNI Headquarters in the USA at 1-909-608-7575.
BNI (http://www.bni.com) is the world's largest business networking organization, with more than 4,600 chapters in 36 countries worldwide. BNI's Founder & Chairman, Dr. Ivan Misner is the author of several book's including the NY Times best-seller, "Masters of Networking" (http://www.MastersofNetworking.com), and the recently released #1 best-seller, "Truth or Delusion, Busting Networking's Biggest Myths" (http://www.TruthorDelusion.com). He is also the Senior Partner for the Referral Institute (http://www.referralinstitute.com), a referral training company with operations around the world.
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