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September 17th, 2007


Getting Linked-In

Using the Web for Effective Business Networking

Most consultants will tell you that their most potent and reliable method for getting new engagements is through referrals. The better-known you are, the more referrals you are likely to get!

To kick-off our new season of the Management Consultants Forum, we invited one of the premier networkers in the Metroplex, Dennis O'Hagan, to describe how he uses business networking, specifically Linked-In, to expand his circle of contacts and gain valuable referrals.

Join us on September 17th and learn how you can build your own network using the web. As an IMC member, you may already be a member of Linked-In. But, are you leveraging Linked-In and other electronic communities to their full capabilities? How do you know? What else could you be doing to broaden your network?

The web provides an almost unlimited capability to find people. How many people know you well enough to refer you to someone in their network? How can you assure your wider network of contacts that you can deliver the services needed by someone outside of your circle of normal contacts? What kind of results can you expect if you focus on building a stronger and wider network using the web?

Learn from a recognized networking dynamo. Here's your chance to gain from Dennis O'Hagan's experience and double-check your own methods of networking and gaining referrals.


Don't miss IMC D/FW's next Forum! There will be plenty of time for networking with colleagues before the interactive program while you enjoy a light buffet and your choice of beverage.

Gain new insights about wider, more effective networking. Relate your own experiences and ask questions. Have a great time!

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Dennis O'Hagan

Dennis was with the IBM Corporation for over twenty-five years in various capacities including Sales, Sales Management, Marketing and Marketing Management and a host of other assignments. During his time with IBM he logged numerous significant accomplishments which include:

  • 15 IBM 100% Clubs (meet and exceeded annual objectives)
  • 3 IBM Golden Circles (Top 2% of the World Wide Sales force)
  • Marketing Excellence Award
  • Sales Representative of the Quarter
  • Sales Representative of the Year

Dennis has proven capabilities in:

  • Growing company Revenues, Profits and Market Share
  • He has demonstrated accomplishments in Motivating, Coaching and building High Impact Sales Teams, Developing New Business through Customer buy-in
  • Key client retention and creating strong long term relationships

Additional strengths include:

  • Strong organizational leadership
  • Excellent communication skills
  • The ability to analyze, present solutions and manage projects through to completion

Dennis attributes his successes to his strong NETWORK and his ability to get and stay connected.

He is currently involved in multiple NETWORKING groups here in the Metroplex and is Moderator of two of them. Along with his full time job as a RE/MAX Real Estate agent and his weekly NETWORKING meetings, he is recognized as one of the MOST NETWORKED individuals through a very powerful e-networking tool called "LinkedIn.”




Doubletree-Galleria Hotel 4099 Valley View Lane, Dallas 75244
(three blocks west of Midway Road on north frontage road; parking in front or back of hotel) Click here for interactive Google Map



Networking & Light Buffet:

Sep. 17th, 2007
5:30 - 6:30 pm
6:30 - 7:30 pm
$35.00 for non-members & guests
$25.00 for IMC member
Reservations:  Online Or Richard Morgan - 972-931-7993


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