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Building a Power Team

Referral partnerships are a powerful element in an effective networking group.  This informative and equally entertaining video by Lawrence Conyers of UK based Anson Corporate Media (you may remember the video of his I posted back in December about how to conduct effective one-to-one meetings) is all about building a Power Team of referral partners and, though it is geared toward members of BNI groups, the information works for all networking groups.

Lawrence , who is not only an experienced networker but also a gifted and creative photographer, videographer, and artist, demonstrates how a Power Team is built and how it benefits networkers and effectively grows business.

Talking about what the video is about, Lawrence explains, “Who do you work with on a regular basis that provides complimentary services to yours?  A plumber needs to know a kitchen installer and a plasterer.  Photographers, wedding car hire, florists and cake makers have a constant flow of referrals in all directions.”

Take a few minutes to watch this video (Not only will you learn from it, I’m willing to bet that, as with all of Lawrence’s videos, you’ll get a good laugh as well!) and let me know what you think of  it–I think the butler (a.k.a. Miss Jones)  is hilarious! Also, I’d love to hear about your experiences with Power Teams, please  share your feedback in the comments section.

To learn more about Lawrence Conyers and Anson Corporate Media, please visit: www.AnsonCorporateMedia.co.uk

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  1. Christine M. Bond
    Christine M. Bond says:

    Well done. This is a simple, clear and a fun way to illustrate the concept of Power Teams. I love it! I’m going to share it with my chapter. We’re ready to turn some of our large Contact Spheres into Power Teams. Thank you for sharing Ivan.

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  2. Ivan Misner
    Ivan Misner says:

    Hi Shelley,
    Thanks for letting us know about the challenges accessing the video. We checked into it, and there was a minor glitch. All should be working properly now.

    Thanks again,
    Ivan

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