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WHY YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE:
As a Founder, your network is absolutely your net worth. Learn how to leverage the power of human connection to drive value in your business in this intimate group workshop. Donna Miller’s 30 years worth of hands-on experience in the corporate world and as an entrepreneur have made her an expert in using relationship building to fuel business growth. Learn her tried and tested strategies for success when building out a new network, gaining access to key stakeholders, and optimizing your results to continue building connections that will be sustainable as your business grows.
IN THIS COURSE, YOU WILL LEARN:
How to gain access to the most powerful people in the room
How to develop a strategy around providing value while networking
Best practices for developing & sustaining key relationships with influential stakeholders
40 minutes of virtual course instruction from an expert in relationship building
20 minutes of live Q&A with Donna
Access to the live replay in the iFundWomen Workshop Library
Identify the networks and partnerships that will help your business to thrive.
Pinpoint your dream contacts and assess their needs; determine what you could do that would be of the greatest value to them.
Discover tips, tools, and techniques for gaining access to key people.
Increase your chances of success by involving key stakeholders.
Follow through and continue to enhance the relationships you need to help your business thrive.
Donna Miller, CEO and Co-founder of Purse Power, has had more than 30 years of hands-on experience as an entrepreneur and executive in Fortune 500 companies. The theme of Donna's career has been around initiating, driving and managing organizational transformations. Donna is now focused on helping women, nationwide, to use their trillions of dollars of collective economic power to buy goods and services from companies that create, support and improve opportunities for women and girls.
Donna has her MBA in Organizational Development from the University of Colorado at Denver and a BA in Business Administration and Psychology from Baylor University. Donna has a passion for making a difference and driving positive change. She has acted as the Women President's Organization Chapter Chair for the state of Oklahoma, served on the Board of the YWCA, co-founded the Women in Leadership Conference at OCU, acts as the Oklahoma Event Co-Chair for the 2020 Women on Boards National Conversation on Board Diversity and served on the Board of Advocates for the Women and Gender Studies program at OU. Donna is also a 2-time Journal Record Woman of the Year - 50 Making a Difference honoree.