"Whether you are just starting out or well into your career, Debra Benton provides the more introverted among us a valuable roadmap to becoming a master networker, using both traditional in-person activities and the power of social media." --M. Carl Johnson, III, Chairman of the Board at Nautilus, Inc.
"Debra Benton has taught me so much over the years. Her books have been a continuing source of inspiration. Debra's new book, An Introvert's Guide to Networking, offers more practical knowledge about how to improve your career (and life) skills. I highly recommend it for both introverts and extroverts." --Deanna Mulligan, Board Chair at Guardian Life Insurance Company, Author of Hire Purpose: How Smart Companies Can Close the Skills Gap
"An easy and logical approach to improving your networking skills that can unlock doors, nurture relationships and improve your strategic perspective in a meaningful way. Debra Benton's networking approach shines a positive light on the strong interpersonal skills that most introverts innately have. By focusing on these strengths, she removes the intimidation factor that comes with networking and provides the reader with the confidence, rationale, and planning skills needed to build positive relationships." --Heather A. Newman, SVP Corporate Strategy, Altria Group Inc.
"I can't think of a single person who has contributed more to my development as a leader than Debra Benton. With her new book, she has once again proven why she is the best resource for anyone hoping to grow themselves and their career. Full of personal experience, real-life examples, and sound advice, I'd recommend this book to anyone who wants to improve their networking skills." --Mike Barkley, CEO, KIND Snacks
"My kindergarten teacher told my mother that I was so shy, I would never amount to anything. This may not be an exact quote but close enough. Today, I am Chairman and CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and I can relate to everything in this book. I often tell people, 'don't let anyone define your potential' like my kindergarten teacher." --Barbara Smith, Chairman, President & CEO, Commercial Metals Company