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12. The Culture of Networking

by | Jun 22, 2020 | 2 comments

The Culture of Leadership
The Culture of Leadership
12. The Culture of Networking


The Culture of Networking.

This conversation was several months in the making.

We had planned to do it in March, but then COVID-19 restrictions came in.

We felt it would be far better if we could sit in the same room with each other and chat about networking. I’m so glad we waited.

I really enjoy sitting down with my good friends, and fellow LinkedInLocal Central Coast co-hosts, Marc Charette and Isaac Feeney and gaining different perspectives. Today, it just happened to be focused on the culture of networking.

I’m sure you will notice, that the way both Marc and Isaac answer questions gives you an insight into their different personalities and communication styles. That is the beauty of people. We are all different and it is these differences that help to make our experiences far more fulfilling.

This is what Marc and Isaac do for me. They give me different perspectives which helps us all become better. That is why I was keen to capture and share their thoughts around networking.

Enjoy this episode as we focus on The Culture of Networking…

Marc Charette (L), Isaac Feeney (C), Brendan Rogers (R)


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  1. Jo Durand

    Great conversation Brendan. I felt a lot in common with both Marc and Isaac points of view around networking. It has inspired me to think about the networking I have been doing over the years in varous industries. I came away from the recent event with an excitement to connect with successful business people who are comfortable with being successful.
    Great conversation, I look forward to the coffee invitation!

    • Brendan Rogers

      Thank you for the great feedback Jo. So pleased you took away some inspiration. Thank you for taking the time to listen.


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