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Many people don't know how to go about it, but networking isn't quite as complicated as it sounds.
Even if you are just starting out, you are already part of a network. The next step is to learn how to expand, maintain, and use it effectively. A professional network is a group of people who have connected with one another for career or business-related reasons. Members, who are called contacts or connections, can share information which may include, but is not limited to, job leads.
11 Tips to Help You Network Better!
They may also help one another solve work-related problems, recommend vendors and suppliers, and provide information about prospective employers, employees, and clients. While a professional network can, of course, help you find leads when you are job searching, there is a multitude of other ways a solid one can help advance your career. Here are just a few of them:. Your network can be made up of almost anyone you've ever met, as long as he or she is of good character.
Guilt by association is a real thing so avoid having your reputation tarnished by someone else's actions. Each of your contacts can lead to new ones. Here are some suggestions:. Don't treat your network like a dusty old reference book to store on a shelf and only access when you need to look something up. It is a living thing that must be tended or it will die. The last thing you want is to get in touch with someone who doesn't remember you or to miss out on a great opportunity because your contact who knows about it doesn't think of you.
Make plans to get together with any connections with whom you have, or had, a personal relationship, for example, former coworkers. If they aren't local, make sure there's a standing invitation to meet up with them if they are ever in your city or you are in there's. Get in touch a few times a year. The holidays are the perfect time to send a card or email.
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Also reach out when you make a change such as starting a new job or getting a promotion. Those who struggle with shyness are in danger of missing out on the benefits of professional networking. For many people, it is not easy to reach out to others. Thankfully, resources like LinkedIn and Facebook give you the opportunity to make connections without ever having to pick up the phone or go to a networking event. These tools are a must for everyone, but particularly useful for shy, or even not very outgoing individuals.
If you are shy, it is also helpful to look for situations in which you feel the most comfortable and use those opportunities to form relationships. For example, participate in an activity you enjoy and you will meet others who also enjoy it. Doing volunteer work will also give you a chance to meet people with whom you have something in common.
Remember details from previous conversations. Ask about their family, especially children at school or aging parents. They are impressed because you take the connection seriously.
You said you will send an article on watches or call with details about a good antique shop. Now follow up. If they ever consider a business relationship, often your efficiency with follow-up on personal matters is a leading indicator. Talking with wealthy people in social settings can be easy. Identifying interests in common, listening and remembering that "less is more" are the keys.
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