Many working professionals are 'Reluctant Networkers'. They do not like the thought of 'cold calling' friends of friends, joining networking clubs or going to networking events where they have to 'work' a room full of strangers. Written by a 'Reluctant Networker', this guide supports you in developing your networking skills in 'bite-size chunks' rather than having to do a complete makeover. By reading this book, learn: To view networking in a different, more positive light How networking can help your career goals The fundamental principles of good networking Numerous practical tips on how to network effectively How to get started, based on your own circumstancesHad the company used a head hunter and recruited externally, l would not even have made it onto a shortlist as I had never done a post-merger integration before. ... Given that people are moving roles so much more frequently, recruitment costs can really add up. ... As another example, the major consulting firms actively promote their a#39;Hire a frienda#39; schemes as their employees can judge the a#39;cultural fita#39; ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Reluctant Networker|
|Publisher||:||SRA Books - 2012-05-01|