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Mr. Michael P. Barnes

Wrong Michael P. Barnes?

Software Development Intern

Phone: (914) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Charlotte , North Carolina , United States
IBM Corporation
1 New Orchard Road
Armonk , New York 10504
United States

Company Description: International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), is an information technology (IT) company. s major operations include Global Technology Services segment (GTS),...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Professor Emeritus of Scandinavian Studies
    The Shetland Times Ltd
  • Professor Emeritus of Scandinavian Studies
    University College London
  • City Councilman
    Charlotte Weekly LLC
  • Honorary Secretary
    Viking Society for Northern Research

Education

  • BA , Business Management and Public Administration
    College of Santa Fe
  • M.A.
    University College London
  • MA , Training and learning Technologies
    University of New Mexico
117 Total References
Web References
Wealth Investment Management | Dow Jones
financialadviserblog.dowjones.com [cached]
Mike Byrnes, a Boston-based financial adviser consultant, says before accepting connection requests an adviser should use the "Lunch Rule. If the adviser wouldn't go to lunch with that person, Byrnes says she should ignore the connection request. "Allowing strangers into a network also creates a risk, as people that you don't know get access to your valuable Rolodex," he says.
Tip: Before meeting with clients, take a look at their profiles to see who they know. Don't be "Big Brother"-ish though, Byrnes warns. If the adviser sees the client has a contact at IBM, for example, he might casually ask if the client knows someone at that company. Keep in mind the client will need to feel "highly satisfied" before he's willing to give a referral, Byrnes says.
When a partner of Searcy Financial Services, in Overland Park, Kan., posted on its Facebook page that he was at a Kansas State football game, a client responded that he was a fan too and mentioned he'd be going to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas to cheer the team on.
Financial Wealth Management | Dow Jones
financialadviserblog.dowjones.com [cached]
Mike Byrnes, a Boston-based financial adviser consultant, says before accepting connection requests an adviser should use the "Lunch Rule. If the adviser wouldn't go to lunch with that person, Byrnes says she should ignore the connection request. "Allowing strangers into a network also creates a risk, as people that you don't know get access to your valuable Rolodex," he says.
Tip: Before meeting with clients, take a look at their profiles to see who they know. Don't be "Big Brother"-ish though, Byrnes warns. If the adviser sees the client has a contact at IBM, for example, he might casually ask if the client knows someone at that company. Keep in mind the client will need to feel "highly satisfied" before he's willing to give a referral, Byrnes says.
When a partner of Searcy Financial Services, in Overland Park, Kan., posted on its Facebook page that he was at a Kansas State football game, a client responded that he was a fan too and mentioned he'd be going to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas to cheer the team on.
Investment Manager | Dow Jones
financialadviserblog.dowjones.com [cached]
Mike Byrnes, a Boston-based financial adviser consultant, says before accepting connection requests an adviser should use the "Lunch Rule. If the adviser wouldn't go to lunch with that person, Byrnes says she should ignore the connection request. "Allowing strangers into a network also creates a risk, as people that you don't know get access to your valuable Rolodex," he says.
Tip: Before meeting with clients, take a look at their profiles to see who they know. Don't be "Big Brother"-ish though, Byrnes warns. If the adviser sees the client has a contact at IBM, for example, he might casually ask if the client knows someone at that company. Keep in mind the client will need to feel "highly satisfied" before he's willing to give a referral, Byrnes says.
When a partner of Searcy Financial Services, in Overland Park, Kan., posted on its Facebook page that he was at a Kansas State football game, a client responded that he was a fan too and mentioned he'd be going to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas to cheer the team on.
Practice Management | Dow Jones
financialadviserblog.dowjones.com [cached]
Mike Byrnes, a Boston-based financial adviser consultant, says before accepting connection requests an adviser should use the "Lunch Rule. If the adviser wouldn't go to lunch with that person, Byrnes says she should ignore the connection request. "Allowing strangers into a network also creates a risk, as people that you don't know get access to your valuable Rolodex," he says.
Tip: Before meeting with clients, take a look at their profiles to see who they know. Don't be "Big Brother"-ish though, Byrnes warns. If the adviser sees the client has a contact at IBM, for example, he might casually ask if the client knows someone at that company. Keep in mind the client will need to feel "highly satisfied" before he's willing to give a referral, Byrnes says.
When a partner of Searcy Financial Services, in Overland Park, Kan., posted on its Facebook page that he was at a Kansas State football game, a client responded that he was a fan too and mentioned he'd be going to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas to cheer the team on.
Investment Management Business | Dow Jones
financialadviserblog.dowjones.com [cached]
Mike Byrnes, a Boston-based financial adviser consultant, says before accepting connection requests an adviser should use the "Lunch Rule. If the adviser wouldn't go to lunch with that person, Byrnes says she should ignore the connection request. "Allowing strangers into a network also creates a risk, as people that you don't know get access to your valuable Rolodex," he says.
Tip: Before meeting with clients, take a look at their profiles to see who they know. Don't be "Big Brother"-ish though, Byrnes warns. If the adviser sees the client has a contact at IBM, for example, he might casually ask if the client knows someone at that company. Keep in mind the client will need to feel "highly satisfied" before he's willing to give a referral, Byrnes says.
When a partner of Searcy Financial Services, in Overland Park, Kan., posted on its Facebook page that he was at a Kansas State football game, a client responded that he was a fan too and mentioned he'd be going to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas to cheer the team on.
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