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    • 1.

      Building Relationships on Something Other than Work!

      by Sue E. Thomas - 2006-12-20
      You can be a leader in a corporation, your own business, your church group, local club, parent group, or in your family. Most people are leaders in one form or another! As leaders, we're charged with ...
    • 2.

      Launch Your Career With A "Game" Of Contact

      by Steven Block - 2007-01-02
      Getting an interview for college students and graduates, especially for those that don't have the right pedigree, i.e. the right school and/or the top 10% GPA score, is much more difficult today than ...
    • 3.

      Network Now Rather Than Just When You Have Immediate Needs

      by Jason Jacobsohn - 2007-01-17
      Many people only network when they're looking for a job. However, finding a job is the result of good networking rather than the immediate outcome.Instead, business professionals should concentrate mo...
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      Your Personal Life Can Be Enhanced By Effective Networking, Too

      by Jason Jacobsohn - 2007-01-17
      While networking is a must for businesses and advancing careers, it can also help you to get ahead in your personal life. Many of the same principles of business networking can be applied to personal ...
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      With a Desire to Help Others, You Can Become a Trusted Resource

      by Jason Jacobsohn - 2007-01-25
      In order to network effectively and genuinely, you must continuously offer to help others. Once this happens, you will start to build trust and credibility within networking circles. While it may take...
    • 6.

      Effective Networking Can Lead to Unforeseen Opportunities

      by Jason Jacobsohn - 2007-01-25
      Though the definition of "business networking" may vary slightly from individual to individual, one constant is that networking is about meeting and connecting with others for a purpose.Think of netwo...
    • 7.

      10 Ways To Make Your Interviewer Love You!

      by Martin Haworth - 2007-03-23
      It can be tough to be an interviewer. Clients on your back to be thorough, yet fast in creating employees they want. So they will need your help - and that can, in turn, help you too!And then to make ...
    • 8.

      Networking For Your Employer is Great For Building Your Personal Rolodex

      by Jason Jacobsohn - 2007-03-26
      Networking for yourself is important for building relationships that will carry into your personal and professional life. At the same time, it's also important to focus on networking just for your emp...
    • 9.

      Non-Profit Community Can Provide a Meaningful Networking Environment

      by Jason Jacobsohn - 2007-03-26
      When networking comes to mind, most people think of business networking in an environment with other professionals who generally talk about business. However, another atmosphere that's a great place t...
    • 10.

      Improve Your Networking Skills By Learning From Other Professionals

      by Jason Jacobsohn - 2007-03-26
      Without effective and proper networking techniques, you may not be maximizing your time while attending events or when reaching out to other professionals. While people have their own networking style...