A Black Woman’s Guide To Networking

A Black Woman’s Guide To Networking

— Award Winning Business Executive and Networking Guru, Juliette Mayers, Shares Secrets to Success with New Book —

Bookcover and author, Juliette Mayers

Boston, MA (November 7, 2011) — A Black Woman’s Guide to Networking, written by Juliette Mayers, author, award winning business executive and networking Guru, will be available for purchase on Friday, November 4th, 2011 on her website: www.juliettemayers.com and on www.amazon.com.

This inspirational book is for black professional women and others who want to build cross-cultural relationships as they strive to excel in today’s dynamic marketplace. In addition to practical networking tips, the book features advice from diverse professionals who have mastered the art of networking.

A Black Woman’s Guide to Networking covers a range of important subjects for today’s business woman. Topics include advice on building and managing one’s brand, building a strategic and productive network, networking etiquette and maximizing the power of social media. The book will teach woman how to communicate with power, cultivate and maintain positive relationships, and create a compelling plan for success regardless of title or life stage. Ultimately, it encourages women to leverage the power of networking to attain their dreams.

“This book is a powerful resource that will give readers effective networking strategies to success and achieve career and business goals,” says Sheila A. Robinson, Publisher of Career Network and Diversity Woman magazines.

“A must-read book for those looking to accelerate their careers and business effectiveness,” Paul Guzzi, President CEO of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.

Author Juliette Mayers is Executive Director of Multicultural Marketing at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. She is an award-winning executive, business strategist, and a passionate community advocate. Massachusetts Governor, Deval Patrick appointed her to the Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board, a state-wide policy making board that advises the governor on workforce investment. A native of Barbados, West Indies, Juliette is married to her husband of twenty years, Darryl Mayers, and resides in the greater Boston area with the couple’s two teen daughters, D’Anna and Danielle.

For book purchases and more information, visit www.juliettemayers.com and on www.Amazon.com. Copies of A Black Woman’s Guide to Networking are available for $14.99 beginning on Friday, November 4th, 2011.

Colette Phillips

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