Invite Joe Sweeney to Your Event!
Joe is hitting the road to share the principles of Networking Is a Contact Sport and how they can be applied to your company or organization. Sales teams can increase performance and results in just one session with Joe Sweeney.
You and your colleagues will enjoy and be engaged by Joe’s relaxed, conversational and motivating approach to life and business. Through his many real-life stories, you’ll hear firsthand how through trial and error Joe acquired and honed his networking strategies. You’ll learn and how he has successfully applied those strategies to enrich his personal and professional relationships and open doors of opportunity for his friends, families, colleagues… and now you.
If you are looking for a dynamic, down-to-earth professional, Joe is your guy. He’s available to speak about how networking can grow your business, expand your influence, and make life richer and more meaningful when you connect with friends, acquaintances, business colleagues, and even strangers.
“Joe Sweeney is a most persistent and persuasive man.”
[ Bob Costas ]
NBC Sports Broadcaster
“Joe has properly addressed the challenges of women and networking. NCS can help any woman network better in the business world.”
[ Leslie Visser ]
CBS Sports Broadcaster
“Networking is a contact sport, and there’s no better person than Joe Sweeney to get you in shape for connecting with others.”
[ Jack Canfield ]
Co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series and writer of the foreword for Networking Is a Contact Sport.
“It was so wonderful meeting you at our annual conference and visiting with you after. I’ve bought coffee at Starbucks for strangers ever since I got back home! Good things have come of that besides just making me feel good about starting someone’s day off to a good start. And they usually give me my coffee for free because I’m always buying someone else’s. I’m putting into practice the tips in your book and workbook. You are a wonderful motivator. Thank you again for making it possible for me to give to others.”
—Jan Mahoney, Community Relations Coordinator, Senior Helpers
“Joe’s message appeals to all age groups. He explains not only the importance of but also the way to network in an understandable and enjoyable way using examples from his life.”
—Anthea Rosati Bojar, PhD, Executive Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Cardinal Stritch University
“Broadcasting is a people business. Contacts, sources, connections, relationships—that’s networking, and that’s where Joe’s expertise has helped me.”
—John K. Anderson, ESPN SportsCenter Anchor
“Joe Sweeney has shown that no matter your background, there are universal keys to successful networking.”
—Virgis Colbert, Retired Executive Vice President, Miller Brewing Company; voted “Top 50 Executives in America” by Ebony and Fortune magazines
“Joe’s networking advice has helped me in recruiting for decades.”
—Barry Alvarez, Athletic Director and Former Head Football Coach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
“Joe explains what’s common in all successful people. It’s the importance of networking.”
—Darren Hardy, Publisher of SUCCESS magazine
“I saw Joe’s networking skills on our trip to China. Joe displayed that his networking skills can be applied domestically as well as internationally.”
—Gov. Jim Doyle, Governor of Wisconsin
“I preach Joe Sweeney’s networking advice to all of my employees. I know that if they practice his rules of networking in our work environment, then our company will continue to enjoy success.”
—John Shiely, Chairman and CEO of the Briggs & Stratton Corporation
“Nobody in the sports business has made networking more fun or funnier than Joe Sweeney . . . except maybe me.”
—Bob Uecker, Hall of Fame Baseball Broadcaster