7 steps introverts can take to become 'master networkers' by Annika Kim Constantino

If you’re an introvert, striking up a conversation with a stranger at a crowded event might sound like a nightmare. But that’s what networking is all about — and a networking coach says you’re fully capable of mastering the skill.

Tips and Tricks for the Introverted Man by Jevonya Allen

As an introverted male, you may shy away from networking. However, try not to be too hasty with this – there are many advantages you can gain from being intentional about networking.

Network Like an Introvert by Mentors Collective Staff

When I tell people that I am an introvert, their first reaction is disbelief. I think their reaction is justified simply because people still do not understand what it means to be an introvert. Many introverts have yet to uncover what this means for how they appear in the world. For example, after reading my book The Introvert’s Guide to Becoming a Master Networking, one reader said, “I used to think that being an introvert was a disadvantage or some type of disability, but not anymore.” Another reader states, “Thanks, for making it cool to be an introvert.”

Jevonya Allen Founder of Twisted Networking

Jevonya embarked on her entrepreneurial journey in 2009, which led her to start Twisted Networking, a business networking organization in 2017. In 2020, Jevonya became a certified business consultant, and in 2021 she self-published her first book, “The Introvert’s Guide to Becoming a Master Networker.”

Top 10 Business Coaches To Look Out For in 2022

Running a business is hard, and not everyone comes from a business background or has the time to learn everything about the business. That’s when an experienced mentor knows to step in and help take your business to the next level. It’s not about giving you the answers, but rather helping you find the answers yourself through thoughtful questions and guidance. An experienced coach not only brings an expert perspective but can also hold you accountable to your goals and help you stay focused.

How to Succeed as an Introvert in an Extroverted Universe

Introverts often feel pressured to show extroverted behaviors in order to become successful in a world that seems to favor outgoing personalities.

The mainstream notion suggests that success requires being outspoken, constantly seeking the spotlight, and commanding attention in social and professional settings.

However, Jevonya Allen, a self-proclaimed introvert and author of “The Introvert’s Guide to Becoming a Master Networker,” offers an interesting alternative perspective.

Issa Rae Set to Hit the Stage Live at Black Enterprise’s Women of Power Summit by Atiya Jordan

If you’re rooting for everybody BLACK like we are, then be in the room when Issa Rae hits the stage to headline BLACK ENTERPRISE’s 2023 Women of Power Summit, celebrating a sisterhood like no other.

Hosted by ADP, the three-day in-person experience kicks off on Thursday, March 9 at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, NV. With a full schedule doused in Black Girl Magic, the summit will carry on with celebratory events and a dynamic lineup of conversations for executives and leaders to be empowered.

The No. 1 skill that sets successful introverts apart from most other people: It’s ‘what helps us thrive’ by Ashton Jackson

There’s a common misconception that introverts have to mimic stereotypically extroverted personalities to succeed: Be outspoken, always raise your hand, and command a room.

But the most successful introverts actually get ahead by avoiding those situations entirely, and building environments where they can contribute in more comfortable ways, says Jevonya Allen, a self-described introvert and author of “The Introvert’s Guide to Becoming a Master Networker.”

Author Spotlight by Jakia Myles

In my role as a networking coach, my primary objective is to empower individuals and organizations to enhance their networking skills and optimize their networking endeavors for business growth and success. I accomplish this through a diverse range of offerings, including my book The Introvert’s Guide to Becoming a Master Networker, my comprehensive digital course, Networking School, engaging in-person and virtual workshops, and delivering impactful speaking engagements.