“A Networking Book” - your guide to becoming effective at one of the most important skills in business.
Paul Renaud, Executive Coach, writer and speaker shares his views on People Power and what Networking is really all about. ‘When in doubt, network!’ The more people you meet, the more you learn and …‘Give it away!’ His simple rules for interacting with people transformed his life and led him to really find “his zone” […]
published in: Public Appearances
Ana Rosenberg interviews Paul Renaud on networking and his book “A Networking Book”. The world has become more interconnected than ever before. From the understanding that everything we accomplish is done through connections, networking shines as key to success in business, career and relationships. In this interview, Paul offers a great approach to what it […]
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The scenario: You go to an event because of the topic or speaker…but you’re going alone. Now what? Instead of waiting for something to happen, why not be proactive? ‘Stealth at the door’ means that you are under the radar but you’re getting ready to seize networking opportunities – you’re looking for familiar faces as they […]
published in: A Networking Book
On November 10, Paul Renaud was invited to deliver an educational workshop on networking at Team 4 Learning – International Communication event, in Budapest. The workshop offered the opportunity to discover the benefits of networking while learning easy-to-apply tips that will increase the size and power of your network. “I want to make people understand that […]
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Written  by Romanita Oprea on 21 October 2016, in Business Review  How would you characterize your TEDx Bucharest experience? TEDx was thrilling and scary all at the same time because I’m a big fan of TED talks. It’s a great medium where you have really interesting, global thought leaders sharing their story – it’s very powerful. I […]
published in: 'I Feel Good' Blog
26 august 2016
Lately, I’ve collected 3 more heroes, people that have demonstrated to me courage and risks to show how bad they really wanted something. One person is a household name – at least he was in the past, the other you’ve probably seen a few pictures surfing and the third person is unknown. Some of us […]
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Jeff Imelt, from GE once quoted Mentors as “People you trust to provide feedback and advice”. Mentors opens doors, are generous of spirit and time and best of all, a mentor’s time is free. It all started in 1998 when I met a fellow called Bob Henson – ‘a good ole boy from Birmingham, Alabama’ […]
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I’ve had the chance to take up Scuba diving a long time ago and although I’m not a pro, I really enjoy the stillness, the coolness of being vulnerable and depending on oxygen as well as seeing a spectacle of fish and wildlife. Once in Thailand I was diving and noticed a 3 meter long […]
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Writing a book requires that one reads books and does enough research to make his or her book well, interesting… Anyone can write a book but to write a ‘great’ book requires talent, time and practice. In my quest to write a ‘Great’ book I have been inspired by great writers. I was pleased to […]
published in: 'I Feel Good' Blog
What a hoot that was! Google’s All hands event was fun, entertaining and informative. Great client and great moments – thank you Google for inviting me to be part of it!
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