How to survive and thrive in 2020

  • Cultivate your networks
  • Improve your social health and fitness
  • Make sense of the hyper-connected world of work

Networking isn’t about working the room but about building relationships and that's a must-have skill for leaders.

Connecting with a diverse range of people can be just as critical to success as technical ability. In a world where we are constantly connected though, it can be difficult to know which method of communication works best.

The pioneer of understanding modern networks and networking, Julia Hobsbawm has developed a model to help you, and it’s called Social Health. Forget everything you thought you knew about networking. Hear from Julia how to build up a fitness in your connection and connectedness that will mean you thrive in your personal and professional life.

Julia Hobsbawm

Julia Hobsbawm founded the 'knowledge networking' business and consults, writes, teaches, and talks on a number of topics including networking, work-life balance, business productivity and the subject she has defined on modern knowledge networking – Social Health. Julia is the world's first professor of Networking, having been made Honorary Visiting Professor by London's Cass Business School. She is the author of several books and articles covering communication, the media and the future of the workplace. Julia's book Fully Connected was published in 2017.