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For many, the act of networking is easy: You go to an event, exchange business cards, make the connection. Then networking contacts go cold.
There is always a lot of buzz about personal branding, and a lot of the focus is on consistency.
It’s important to understand what networking is, and what it isn’t. Networking is not randomly clicking on people on LinkedIn. It’s not making a bunch of new friends and it’s not ...
Simply put, you don't. Let it grow organically. As a mentor, I have learned as much by providing guidance to others as I once benefited from the guidance provided to me. A mentor-mentee relationshi...
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We hear a lot about coaching and mentoring — for good reason. As Zig Ziglar famously said, “A lot of people have gone further than they thought they could because someone else thought they could.”
Developing an impactful professional networking profile is easier said than done. Aligning your image on the Internet to match your skills and strengths is crucial, since it's what potential employers
Whether you’re looking for your ideal clients, trying to land your dream job or searching for the right mentors and advisors, it is critical to develop relationships across multiple industries.
Summer is over and fall is a great time to prioritize your professional journey. According to a global LikedIn study, September is one of the best months of the year to get promoted.
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Many of us realize the importance of networking to grow your career or business. But how do you measure the success of your efforts?
While August is traditionally considered a vacation month, it is also a great time to build one’s business. People are more relaxed and calendars are not as crowded. Yet, work still gets done.
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While attending a networking event, I met a young woman who hoped to transition from her position as a journalist to a career in business. We exchanged business cards and she promptly reached out a...