What if we thought of networking as a way to meet people with whom we share mutual interests and aspirations?
There are better ways to introduce people.
Simply making the connection isn’t enough. You need to build relationships.
So you uploaded a photo, added your work experience, and made a few new connections. Done, right? Not quite.
If you’re moving to a new city for a new job, building up a local network of friends and colleagues can be daunting and lonely. Here are some tips that may be useful, based on my personal experience of moving from NYC to San Francisco.
We have to continue creating and cultivating networks that not only work for social change, but also nourish us and support us when we encounter setbacks, challenges, and burnout.
We talk a lot about how networking is key to a successful job search…that doesn’t…
Eric Barker outlines five emails to send each week or so that will make your life better. Three of them are related to work: one to your boss summarizing your accomplishments, one to a potential mentor, and one to an old friend or colleague to check in.
If you’re moving to a new city for a new job, building up a local network of friends and colleagues can be daunting and lonely.