Your military skills and experience will be invaluable to you in civilian life. But your successful transition won't just happen. You need a network of people who can help you decide where you want to go[md]and then help you get there. Donat know how to build that network? No problem: Business Networking for Veterans will help you. Not comfortable drawing attention to yourself? Don't worry: networking is about service, not showing off. And service is something you've already mastered. Authored by two former U.S. Marines and a world-renowned business consultant, Business Networking for Veterans will teach you everything you need to know to succeed. From start to finish, it focuses on the unique challenges you face as a transitioning veteran[md]and the unique skills and resources you bring to the table. You've already proven yourself as a leader in service to your country. This book will help you do it as a civilian, too. Am Why networking is even more important for transitioning veterans Employers won't just hire you, because they may not understand you Am How to network well even if you're not comfortable doing it Not a natural talker? Use your powerful listening skills Am How to use online social networks to support your in-person networking Magnify your impact with LinkedIn, Facebook, and other online services Am Where to start today A complete plan that starts with the network you already haveThefollowing checklist will help you get the most out ofany business event where you are expected to meet and connect with prospects and other people to add to your networking universe. Your objective is to reach out, take the initiative, make anbsp;...
|Title||:||Business Networking for Veterans|
|Author||:||Mike Abrams, Michael Lawrence Faulkner, Andrea Nierenberg|
|Publisher||:||FT Press - 2013-10-16|