Before being a mom, I’d never thought that spending so much time on the playground could help my career.
Yeah, we know. Networking is one of the best ways to find a job. But what if you’re out and about, meeting and greeting, and still don’t have a job to show for it?
Even if your friends can’t give you insider information on an organization you admire, consider the following ways that they can give your job search a boost.
When job seekers identify what they have to offer, they open up a less draining, more personal way to network: through giving.
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.
How can you successfully, meaningfully network when you don’t have a job? Keep these three tips in mind.
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.
Not all digital networking efforts are created equal. How do you form genuine connections with people online?
We talk a lot about how networking is key to a successful job search…that doesn’t…