When we think about networking, we often think about social media or those staged networking events that can be so uncomfortable.
But a large part of networking really comes down to having meaningful conversations, one person at a time…
If you have a career of any kind, you need a 30-second elevator pitch (some call it an elevator speech or a value proposition). An elevator pitch is a roughly 30-second sound bite – a response to the question, “Tell me about yourself” or “What do you do?”
Here are the short cuts to creating a powerful 30-second elevator pitch…
Networking is one of the demons job seekers dread and avoid.
But if you keep these five easy networking tips in mind, you’ll find there are opportunities to network, the right way, everywhere…
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.