how to manage networking successfully
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10 BASIC RULES
It is not important what you know or what you do,
It is important who you know.
Which are your added values to the company you are working for? And your abilities?
What can you bring to a team? To your organization? To your colleagues?
Decide what you want to gain through your new contacts and relationships in your organizations
It doesnt have to be material matters or a new career step, you can also get values such as satisfaction, positivity, information and inclusion
Manage your networks through your mobile tools, computer or agenda. You can also use a social network you like
Remeber to take note of birthdays, interests, and other key information
GOOD SMALL TALK
Learn how to make good
small talk when you meet someone in the organization. Seek the common ground.
Avoid to talk about promatic topics or about topics that can compromise you.
Learn how to communicate in a positive way.
The glass is akways half full, never half empty.
THE FIRST IMPRESSION
Your first impression is
important: the way you present yourself, the way you greet others, the words you use, tell stories about yourself
In order to look positive and self-confident, count on an open verbal language and a upright posture.
Offer before you ask. What can I do for you?
It is another way of offering
before asking: I know someone interesting for you
Introduce the person you are with with other people you know in meetings, choose group conversations, always include other colleagues.
Accept others and you will be accepted.
Create formal and informal meetings, organize business lunch or dinners with colleagues, clients, providers, in order to stay informed and inform as well.
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW
Business, Systemic and Conflict Coach
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