Webvent

How to Build a Strategic Network Within the Public Sector

Friday, May 31, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Alex Tremble, Federal Career Coach, GPS Leadership Solutions

As senior leaders, you know that having a strong, powerful, and influential network can mean the difference between remaining where you are and being afforded that next career opportunity you’ve been working toward. Yet, you are unable to build and sustain the critical relationships you need because you do not have much free time available after accounting for the day-to-day responsibilities of your office and your family life. There is a way to build a strategic network while having a life. This webcast will teach you:

  • how to identify who you need in your network
  • how to transition them from an associate to an advocate
  • how to maintain relationships with powerful people.
     

MEMBER-ONLY
Registration

This Webcast is available only to members.   Sign in if you are a member.   Learn more about becoming a member.

This Webcast has ended, but you can view its content in the archive below.
Archive

Please register above to view this Webcast.

Presenter

Alex Tremble
Alex Tremble

Federal Career Coach, GPS Leadership Solutions

Alex D. Tremble is a Career and Leadership Development Coach, the author of the bestselling book, “The GPS Guide to Success,” and the Founder of GPS Leadership Solutions, LLC. Alex’s methods are intentionally, and specifically, focused on positioning his clients for their next senior leadership opportunity and strategically navigating office and organization politics. Alex is a certified John Maxwell Speaker and Coach; has over 10 years’ experience coaching and advising Federal Government senior leaders; and has held numerous senior level federal positions himself, including being one of the youngest federal employees to create and manage the Executive Leadership Development Program for a Cabinet level agency.