In your professional career, how important is networking? How do you approach networking, which is perhaps more are than science?
Would some proven networking tips help?
Reframing my sense of how networking works has transformed me from a skeptic into an enthusiast, albeit perhaps a little late.
I truly believe that starting a conversation about networking and its value in college (and even high school) will change the culture that surrounds it, and in the process, create more thoughtful future business leaders.
As the founder of a large networking organization, I get a lot of questions from people who are introverted. Most of them tend to ask what networking event tactics make connecting more comfortable.
My answer has been refined over the years. And now, I know how introverts can best increase their chances of leaving an event with new connections. Just use these proven networking event tactics…
This infographic from The Classy Career Girl lays out a 30 day networking plan to change your life. In just 15 to 20 minutes a day, you can begin to build a strong, reliable network.
Follow the plan and you’ll be a networking superstar in no time…
Despite the awkwardness that usually comes with these career networking events, there’s an excess of events to choose from in every city. In fact, from happy hours to bowling matches to workshops, more networking events network pop up every day.
So how do you decide which events are worth your time?
Did you know that networking is the tool that results in the highest number of new jobs? In fact, networking accounts for 40 percent of all job offers.
To successfully build a network of strong connections, though, you must first understand the networking success factors that will take your career to the next level…