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“Without knowledge action is useless and knowledge without action is futile” – More great networking articles!

April 19, 2013

Without knowledge action is useless and knowledge without action is futile” so said Abu Bakr

More knowledge that I trust will add to your networking, interactions and meetings…….gathered from around the world!

The Common Factor among Networking Professionals

26 May 2012 by Sara Fletcher  – interested in emotional intelligence in leadership and the role it plays in business professionals. She loves to explore psychology, business, and sports in relation to emotional intelligence training.

business networking tips

How to be a master networker

It is no surprise that networking is an essential skill for anyone, whether for your business or personal life. Networking provides you with an extensive network of contacts, which connects you with opportunities, jobs, and talent. While understanding the importance of networking is one thing, putting it into practice is a completely different question.Many individuals find networking to be a challenge, intimidated by conversations and building relationships. However, failing to do so can severely set you back, diminishing the chance of opportunities.

One particular strategy to build up your networking skills is to increase your emotional intelligence…..

What does your voice mail say about you?

BY HEATHER TOWNSEND

Every time someone meets you for the first time they form an impression. Their impression is created by their previous experiences, values, beliefs and attitudes. You can’t stop this impression being quickly built – it’s how we are hard-wired.

The places which people are going to meet you for the first time, include:

6 Ways to Make Old-School Networking Work for You

Brazen Life | Jul. 4, 2012 – Vicky Oliver

In the business world, what’s old is new again.

Social networking isn’t a bad way to meet new colleagues, clients and customers. But here’s an even fresher way: retro-networking.

Retro-networking is all about meeting and greeting people face to face—and finding new and interesting ways to forge professional connections with people who can further your career or business. And, because retro-networking doesn’t get as much buzz as social networking does, it’s surprisingly effective.

Here are six ways to work it into your routine:

Vicky Oliver has written five best-selling career development books, including her newest book on branding, The Millionaire’s Handbook: How to Look and Act Like a Millionaire, Even If You’re Not. She lives in Manhattan, where she helps people turn around their careers and their lives.

Importance of networking

Posted: Monday, April 8, 2013 12:00 am | Updated: 4:49 am, Mon Apr 8, 2013. In Star Exponent

Business Monday – Jim Charapich

Why network? For many today, their office may be a home based business or a small office. These can be very isolating. The best way to keep communication skills sharp is to interact with your peers in business. Understanding the best angles needed in the bag of networking skills is best seen in action. More importantly, they are best refined in action. It is rare and unlikely that one’s networking skills will be improved while sitting in an office waiting for the phone to ring.

It is further important to refine one’s networking skills in order to build a base……Full article here

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