What type of Network Weaver are you? June Holley identifies four types of network weavers in her new "Network Weaver Handbook". This is Part 2 of my interview with June about "network weaving" for #ideachat April 14th.
"I think the most important skill for a network weaver is simply to be present with other people. What that means is that people are really listening to each other, they are asking questions that bring intelligence out of a person, and they are thinking about who they can connect that new person to..."
"In this new world, relationships are going to be more rewarding, more precious, and more valuable to us."