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(Question 1 of 20) The reasons why NetWeaving is known as a Golden Rule and Pay It Forward form of networking include all EXCEPT:CorrectIncorrect
(Question 2 of 20) Check which ones of these are weaknesses of traditional networking. (Select all that apply).CorrectIncorrect
(Question 3 of 20) The main reason why we say that NetWeaving is NOT an attack on traditional networking is that at a networking event, being aware of possible sources of help to you or your company is natural and instinctive.CorrectIncorrect
(Question 4 of 20) When NetWeavers meet someone at a networking event, they should ask themselves questions such as:CorrectIncorrect
(Question 5 of 20) Of the Three Skill Sets of NetWeaving, learning how to be a connector of other is the most effective.CorrectIncorrect
(Question 6 of 20) Which of the following are examples of NetWeaving Resources that a NetWeaver could provide that would elevate their image?CorrectIncorrect
(Question 7 of 20) Put the steps of Building the Pyramid of Trust Into the correct order, from your first encounter to the peak at which you have established trust.
B. Engaging in small talk.
C. Raising appreciation and acceptance.
D. Reading body language and predispositions
A. Inspiring meaningful dialogue.
(Question 8 of 20) Once you have established trust, select all the things that can help prevent trust from fading over time.CorrectIncorrect
(Question 9 0f 20) Drag and Drop in the correct order what GLP stands for assuming you are talking to someone whom you learn owns an Italian Restaurant, in order to inspire meaningful dialogue?
- Is that the case in your own restaurant, or have you discovered ways to overcome those two main concerns?
- Being in the restaurant industry, I hear that the biggest single ongoing challenge you face – even in other countries – involves hiring and maintaining reliable and qualified staff, especially cooks and servers
- And on a day-to-day basis, how do you divide your time and efforts, and do you manage your own staff personally, or have you delegated much of the work to your manager or others.
(Question 10 of 20) Which of the following is the most powerful form of NetWeaving that provides the greatest possibility for things to come back to benefit the NetWeaver?CorrectIncorrect
(Question 11 of 20) NetWeaving as a connector of others is considered more appropriate for people who are in sales, marketing, and consulting. Why is it that other professions such as accountants, CPA’s and technology experts have been reluctant to embrace NetWeaving as a primary skill set? Select all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
(Question – 12 of 20) When you meet for your first in-person, or on a Zoom meeting, you should start by doing the following:CorrectIncorrect
(Question 13 of 20) When you host a meeting to introduce two people with their needs, problems, or opportunities in mind, you should not spend too much time trying to talk about any of them that you have already identified and admitted they both face.CorrectIncorrect
(Question 14 of 20) The “Heart” of NetWeaving is best described as:CorrectIncorrect
(Question 15 of 20) Hosting NetWeaving meetings are usually, but not always, the most powerful and effective form of NetWeaving. All of these explain why except:CorrectIncorrect
(Question 16 of 20) Which of these should you do when someone approaches you somewhat apologetically and complains that they have been doing a lot of NetWeaving over an extended period of time, but they haven’t seen anything come back around to benefit them? Select that all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
(Question 17 of 20) Every network event offers an opportunity to practice NetWeaving.CorrectIncorrect
(Question 18 of 20) It makes sense that real estate agents make some of the best NetWeavers. All of these are reasons why that’s true except:CorrectIncorrect
(Question 19 of 20) Of the seven areas where NetWeaving has proven to be the most effective, and which one could benefit most from NetWeaving breaking down silos and barriers?CorrectIncorrect
(Question 20 of 20) What’s the best way to describe the principles of Netweaving? Select all that apply.CorrectIncorrect