[Epub] Stand Out Networking By Dorie Clark – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[Epub] Stand Out Networking By Dorie Clark – serv3.3pub.co.uk [PDF / Epub] ★ Stand Out Networking ✪ Dorie Clark – Serv3.3pub.co.uk Few professional activities are as nerve wracking as networking There’s the paralyzing prospect of entering a room full of strangers The awkward introductions and stilted small talk The concern that Few professional activities are as nerve wracking as networking There’s the paralyzing prospect of entering a room Stand Out Epub / full of strangers The awkward introductions and stilted small talk The concern that “networking” means you have to exploit others for personal gain – or might appear that way It’s no wonder so many talented professionals eschew networking altogether Unfortunately that means they’re limiting their chances of making the kind of great personal and professional connections that can expand their worldview enrich their lives and – yes – even lead to new business opportunities   That’s why it’s time to reclaim networking It doesn’t have to be the province of users and takers; instead as Forbes and Harvard Business Review contributor Dorie Clark makes clear in this short and actionable guide networking done right is nothing like the stereotype It’s not about making shallow insincere connections and filling your wallet with business cards Instead the real goal is to turn brief encounters into mutually beneficial and lasting friendships—in both your personal and professional life   Drawing on wisdom from her own experience and from experts like psychologist Robert Cialdini marketer Michael Katz and authors Judy Robinett and Keith Ferrazzi Clark provides valuable insight on how to be a good networker including concrete tips on how to             Turn initial small talk into meaningful exchanges           Unlock the power of social media as a networking tool           Transform casual online contacts into real world connections           Make the most of conferences           Set a schedule for keeping in regular touch with your network           Repair and strengthen troubled relationships           Create your own events and become a connector   Whether you’re an introvert or extrovert and whether you currently relish or loathe making new connections Clark will teach you the strategies you need to make networking fun joyful and enriching.

4 thoughts on “Stand Out Networking

  1. Helen Tracy Helen Tracy says:

    The first book I read on networking and in my opinion the best As a classic introvert the thought of going out there and selling myself was a horrifying prospect The few times I did it I felt I came across as someone that I would have actively disliked meeting I liked the simple alternative that this book offers

  2. Anne Janzer Anne Janzer says:

    If the idea of networking makes you feel uncomfortable read this book I particularly appreciate her focus on having the right mindset of being open to serendipity helpful and living with integrity

  3. Charles Franklin Charles Franklin says:

    This was the first networking book that really spoke to me an introvert Instead of forcing introverts like me to fit into some narrow perception of a networker the book focuses on reinforcing my own style and leverage that to create meaningful connections

  4. Laura Laura says:

    For many the networking experience is just people trying to promote themselves or wanting something from the people they meet It is not effective and overall not even really pleasant A much effective and enjoyable for of networking the true purpose is relationship buildingAuthor Dorie Clark calls it bridging A good term as then benefit can be done in both directionsShe also stresses the need to focus on going deep rather than wide with your connections Sage advice and she gives several examples of how to do that how to pick up clues as to connection points or topics She also covers using social media platforms to connect and network Beyond making the original connections we are given advice regarding maintaining and staying in contact This book is a wonderful example of repurposed contentI voluntarily reviewed this book

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