Networking is the act of creating professional relationships. It is often thought of as a connection device. Almost anyone you know could be part of your network. Give five examples of ways that you can expand your professional network list.
In today's "plugged in" environment, many people often engage in more "virtual" connections than in-person meetings. There is a balance that must be struck in order to not only foster, but maintain, professional relationships. Rather than simply being an "online member" of various clubs or associations, it is important to physically attend meetings and/or events when practical.
College graduates should join their school's alumni program. Many have Facebook pages that ...
Networking can be an invaluable tool in your professional life by obtaining information perhaps not widely known; and to forge supportive relationships with those in your career field.