Identify the Strength of Your Networking Efforts
Take a Network AUDIT Now

Presented by: Laurel Kidder & Kelly Sherer, FranklinCovey

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About the Event

A network audit helps you explore the depth and breadth of your connections with others so you can identify and address potential sources of bias in your life. Consider your professional network:

  • Who do you go to for professional advice? Who comes to you?
  • Who do you go to for mentoring/coaching? Who comes to you?
  • Who would you go to for help with a project? Who comes to you?

Key Summary:

  • We address bias better when we cultivate meaningful connections.
  • As we consciously broaden and deepen our networks, we better understand and value different points of view.

About the Presenter

Laurel Kidder specializes in people and helping them to see their situation from a different perspective. Her clients consistently say that she provides new ways to solve problems and capture opportunities. She’s been doing this kind of work since she was 25 years old when she started her first company offering personal and professional development workshops.

Laurel is an expert in the field of leadership, building trust, increased productivity through time management, and strategic thinking to achieve goals. She has several decades of experience working across different industries, roles, organizational levels, and company cultures.

Laurel joined FranklinCovey in 2006 and continues her role as a consultant, where she’s
developed an honest, reliable, relatable, knowledgeable, and fun approach to her work. She has completed training at the Coaches Training Institute, is a certified Kolbe Consultant, and is certified in several FranklinCovey work sessions.


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Laurel Kidder