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College Success: networking: from college to career by Whether you start on the first day of college or wait until later, networking can be easy, fun, and effective. You've been networking your whole life; it's just that you called it making friends. Now, College Success: Networking From College to Career shows you how to turn friends, family, professors, and other groups into a personal network that will serve you for the rest of your life. Networking goes way beyond Facebook, Twitter, and texting. The secret to moving seamlessly from college to a great job (while bypassing entry level positions) isn't in having a wealthy family or being born with a high IQ. The key to success lies with the people you meet in college and the people you already know. They will change your life. This is the time to set the course for your career and your future. The concrete advice in this book will help you find the right people, show you exactly what to say, and help you find internships, residencies, fellowships, and amazing career opportunities.
Call Number: HF5381 .S3 2015
Publication Date: 2015-03-21
The Complete Guide to Professional Networking by Networking is a skill that many people recognize as critically important, but which many find difficult, boring or fear-inducing - or even all three. Yet if you master the techniques that really work, networking can pay dividends. Effective networking means tapping into a team of like-minded business people willing to help each other achieve their goals. If you build, grow and nurture your business networks, you will become known for your expertise and will be better placed to win the new client, business or job when it really matters. You can network successfully in person or online and The Complete Guide to Professional Networking shows you how to use both together for the most powerful results.The techniques and suggested strategies in this book are backed up by video interviews with some of the world's most successful networking experts.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2014
Networking: 42 Keys to Career Growth- Communication Skills, Building Relationships, Influence by Cliche But True: It's Not What You Know, It's Who You Know Are you ready to tap into unlimited potential of connecting with others and influencing those around you? When you read NETWORKING: 42 Keys to Career Growth- Communication Skills, Building Relationships, Influence Networking, your "likability" and quality of life will improve every day! You will discover the first and most important steps to begin a lifelong skill of networking, building relationships and the ability to influenceThese essential keys transform the idea of networking from being complex and cumbersome to creating habits. You'll be happy you bought this a year from now as you will learn dynamics from building and maintaining networks, becoming a great conversationalist and making a good impression.Just some of the questions and topics covered include: How to Become a Great Conversationalist How to Make a Good Impression What is "Netiquette" and How to Use It Continuing to Learn and Improve The Most Important Key to Networking This book breaks down starting a network that is solid and genuine. It starts from the very beginning of making the right impression so you can get whatever you want out of life!
Call Number: HF5381 .L66 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Networking for People Who Hate Networking by Would you rather get a root canal than schmooze with a bunch of strangers? Does the phrase "working a room" make you want to retreat to yours? Is small talk a big problem? Devora Zack used to be just like you-in fact, she still is. But she's also a successful consultant who addresses thousands of people each year, and she didn't change her personality to do it. Quite the contrary. Zack politely examines and then smashes to tiny fragments the "dusty old rules" of standard networking advice. You don't have to become a backslapping extrovert or even learn how to fake it. Incredible as it seems, the very traits that make you hate networking can be harnessed to forge an approach even more effective than traditional techniques. It's a different kind of networking-and it works. Networking enables you to accomplish the goals that are most important to you. But you can't adopt a style that isn't true to who you are. "I have never met a person who did not benefit tremendously from learning how to network-on his or her own terms," Zack writes. "You do not succeed by denying your natural temperament; you succeed by working with your strengths."
Call Number: HM741 .Z334 2010
Publication Date: 2010