The Dos and Don’ts of Trust-Based Networking

We’re pleased to announce the release of our latest eBook: The Dos and Don’ts of Trust-Based Networking.

It’s the fifth in the new Trusted Advisor Fieldbook series by Charles H. Green and Andrea P. Howe.

Each eBook provides a snapshot of content from The Trusted Advisor Fieldbook, which is jam-packed with practical, hands-on strategies to dramatically improve your results in sales, relationship management, and organizational performance.

The Dos and Don’ts of Trust-Based Networking reveals:

  • How trust-based networking is different from every-day business networking
  • Ten best practices for trust-based networking
  • Specific dos and don’ts for online networking

P.S. Did you miss out on Volumes 1 through 4 of The Fieldbook eBook series? Get them while they’re still available:

  1. 15 Ways to Build Trust…Fast!
  2. How to Sell to the C-Suite
  3. Six Risks You Should Take to Build Trust
  4. How YOU Can Raise Trust in Your Organization

Take a look and let us know what you think.

3 replies
  1. david waltz
    david waltz says:

    Thank you for the series. The risk one I really liked, it is easy to fall into comfortable roles, but then the impact of what we are doing is lessened. I suppose after a certain length of time performing some of the six activities it won’t really be uncomfortable anymore, or even perceived as risky, will it?

    • Andrea P. Howe
      Andrea P. Howe says:

      Thanks for the comment, David. Your point is very well taken — over time, the uncomfortable gets far more comfortable (innocuous, even) as we take risks and learn that (a) we live to tell the tale and (b) even better, we reap some rewards. Of course, there are always bigger and bigger risks to be taken. So the journey is a long and exciting one!


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  1. […] “The Dos and Don’ts of Trust-Based Networking” was first published on the Trust Matters blog and is co-authored by Charles H. Green of Trusted Advisor Associates. […]

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