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Three Tips For Building Your Network

by Marina Theodotou Research shows that 70 percent of jobs are found through networking. It is hailed as a fundamental prerequisite, and it can take many forms: social media networking, online networking, and person-to-person. 1. Give before you take Networking is about building, expanding, and cultivating your business and civic society relationships to cultivate your […]

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Tips to Improve Your Listening Skills

by Katherine Hurst Paraphrasing  Paraphrasing and summarizing are both fantastic communication skills that help you to make sense of a speaker’s points and also allow you to demonstrate that you are listening closely. Consistent Eye Contact    Be sure to tailor your eye contact to the needs of others, too—if you’re dealing with someone anxious, […]

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5 Steps to Rock Any Networking Event

By Andrew Medal  Not everyone loves bobbing in and out of a strange crowd with a bundle of business cards in one hand and a plate of cheese in the other. Approaching people you don’t know while trying to build connections can be awkward. Nevertheless, the fact remains: a face-to-face connection can help you to […]

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The Art of Networking

Never underestimate the knowledge and influence of people you know. Learning to listen to and trust your instincts will be the greatest business skill you learn. Begin building a network by first contacting members of your family, other relatives, neighbors, personal friends, general acquaintances, work associates and service activity colleagues.  Do not set limits on […]

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How to Make the Most of Your Networking Lunch

by Betty Liu Networking is a necessary–if sometimes, exhausting–part of doing business. For being so critical, it’s amazing how confusing and enigmatic it can be. Some people are just simply better at it than others. Others just have to learn the ways of networking, but not without lots of trial and error. One of the […]

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4 Creative Ways to Network

For many of us, “networking” is close to a dirty word. Most people dread showing up to events with the sole purpose of selling themselves to strangers—all of them busy trying to sell themselves, too—in hopes of walking away with new connections that might lead to new positions, experience, and opportunities. The problem with traditional […]

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