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Be helpful

Look for opportunities to do something for your connection.

When someone connects with you on LinkedIn, thank them and ask if there is anything you can do for them. It can lead to valuable connections and partnerships. Always follow up your meeting with a thank-you note.

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Go over your social media accounts

Most organization will fill positions internally with people they are familiar with and trust, rather than taking a greater risk with an outsider.

Think strategically about all your social media profiles and posts. Consider what is likely to impress a potential employer, such as ...

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Keep the connection alive

The sooner you start networking, the more potential results will come your way. Maintain your connections by looking for opportunities to support the people in your network.

Write positive reviews and let them know. Add comments on their blogs and posts. Acknowledge and compliment ...

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Reach out to people from your industry

Platforms like LinkedIn and Twitter can be used to find people in your field or industry you want to work for. Look at their profile for anything similar that you can connect with, such as similar goals or interests.

Then reach out. Ask if you can have a bit of their time to ask s...

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Emotional intelligence and networking

Emotional intelligence and networking

The way we search for jobs has changed over the last few years. According to research, 85% of jobs are filled through networking, not through looking for postings and applying directly.

Networking is not easy to do, especially for those who are naturally more introverted. ...

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“Efficiency is doing better that what is already being done.” Peter Drucker

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Step #4: Evaluate Your Conversational Performance

Step #4: Evaluate Your Conversational Performance

After an event ask yourself what went well, what did you learn and who should you follow-up with so you can keep learning and honing your ability. 

This can help you identify patterns and remember to follow up on bookmarks, LinkedIn connections and promises.

The 1:1 meeting

  • Walk through the agenda. Ask if there’s anything else to add before you dig in. 
  • If there are hard things to discuss , try to bookend it with 2 positive topics. That way, the close of the meeting doesn’t leave your employee feeling down. 
  • Do not monopolize th...

Reach out to people from your industry

Platforms like LinkedIn and Twitter can be used to find people in your field or industry you want to work for. Look at their profile for anything similar that you can connect with, such as similar goals or interests.

Then reach out. Ask if you can have a bit of their time to ask s...

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