Most people want to find a job with a company whose culture enables them to do their best work. The big question here is: How do you figure that out?
Networking conversations have the opportunity to be powerful for you, so let’s spend a moment talking about how to do them well.
As you step out into the face-to-face networking world once again, keep this tip in mind. It will help your conversational partner feel heard and, in turn, help you leave a great impression.
It’s time to start reconnecting with your network. Whether you’re still meeting with people virtually or networking face-to-face as the world opens back up, here are some key ways that you can be prepared for the opportunities coming your way.
As you get ready to reconnect with your network, you might have some questions. How do you get started? What do you need to do? How can you best prepare? In this article, I answer all of your questions.
How do you become more confident? I’ve struggled with this. I wanted to be published, but had no confidence in my ability… and now, I’ve been published by big companies plus I’ve written my own book! How did I get there? Here’s my story.
Just because you have a job doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be networking. In fact, that’s one of the best times to network. Here’s why.
Keeping your network active will benefit you in key ways, including increasing your chances of finding a new job sooner.
Communicating with people in your network can be tricky. Here is how to ease into a conversation smoothly and leave a positive impression.