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Your Networking Toolkit: How to connect with other professionals quickly & confidently

Gain the skills to start and keep conversations alive by learning effective networking tips

Event Start: Tue 25 Jun 05:30 PM AEST
Event Finish: Tue 25 Jun 07:30 PM AEST

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Registration End Date: Mon 24 Jun 05:00 PM


<p>Building relationships and connections - whether you’re moving to a new country, starting university or your professional career can be challenging? Networking skills are crucial for your success: a strong network allows you to learn, grow, and access hidden job opportunities.</p> <p>Good news... Networking is a skill anyone can learn and have fun with! The key is practice, and we&#39;re here to help you gain confidence and be ready to unlock your full networking potential.<br> </p> <p>Join the ACS NSW Emerging Professional Committee (EPC) for an exciting in-person workshop, where you will;</p> <ul><li>Learn practical top-tips and insights from Robert Estherby, Internal Auditor – ABC and ACS NSW EPC Advisor</li><li>Watch ACS NSW EPC members demonstrate their best networking techniques</li><li>Practice your networking skills in a supportive, encouraging environment designed for you to shine</li><li>Listen and receive professional mentor feedback</li></ul>   <p>Agenda:</p> <ul><li>5:30pm - Registration, refreshments &amp; networking</li><li>6:00pm - Welcome &amp; mentor introductions</li><li>6:05pm - Networking top-tips &amp; demo</li><li>6:35pm - Networking practical workshop</li><li>7:15pm - Refreshments &amp; networking</li><li>7:30pm - Event concludes</li></ul> <p>--------------</p> <p>ACS NSW Emerging Professional Committee (EPC) delivers dedicated events for you - offering interactive advice and insights from expert keynote speakers and professional mentors - where you can ask questions, network, and build out your professional profile and skills to stand out and accelerate your career.</p>

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Robert Estherby

Robert Estherby

Robert Estherby is a bit of a jack-of-all-trades! He's been an Accounts Clerk, Network Engineer, and a Technical Lead, worked to ensure that viewers around the globe saw the Sydney New Year's fireworks, and now he's sharing his tech skills with ABC's Internal Audit department. But what has allowed Robert to have a flexible career is his ability to communicate with colleagues and have those tough conversations. He firmly believes in the importance of building soft skills to have a fulfilling technological career.

Robert Estherby is a previous national convener of Emerging Professionals (Young IT) at the ACS and a previous ACS NSW Branch Executive Committee and National Congress member.

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Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue,Sydney,NSW,Australia

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  • ACS NSW, International Tower 1
    Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue
    Sydney NSW 2000
  • when

  • Event Start:
    Tue 25 Jun 05:30 PM AEST

    Event Finish:
    Tue 25 Jun 07:30 PM AEST
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  • Member: $0.00
  • Member-Concessional: $0.00
  • Non-Member: $0.00

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